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Date Posted: - Tuesday - 04/22/08 - 5:23pm
Author: Kathy Campbell Shadow
Subject: spreaders
In reply to: Gitano Vela 's message, "Dismasted - Change Out Those Old Spreaders!" on - Tuesday - 04/22/08 - 2:42pm

Gitano Veta,
So glad you posted this info on spreader change. I'll be changeing my old spreaders after seeing your wreak. I have Smith System epoxied my old spreaders, but have always had an bad feel about it. Your pictures make me shake looking at them. Did you replace your spreaders with sitka spruce? Sure sorry this happened to you. It looks like it could have been worse, althought it's going to cost a pretty penny.
Yours truly, Kathy

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[> [> Smith's -- Gitano, - Tuesday - 04/22/08 - 5:44pm

Hi Kathy,
Thanks for the message. I am a hugh proponent of Smith Systems, and have been to the factory and had many long conversations with Steve Smith (mad scientist). You can bet that the new spreaders will be super penetrated any place Fastener holes will be drilled. Also a penetrating sealer coat for the paint to adhere.
Thanks,
Bruce (Gitano Vela)


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