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Subject: Re: Seamaster 813 Heads Lining

Dennis Taylor
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Date Posted: 21:08:35 14/04/2010 Wed
In reply to: Galen Brislane 's message, "Seamaster 813 Heads Lining" on 12:51:28 29/03/2010 Mon

The simple answer is yes, we have carried this work out ourselves when we purchased our 813. Have a look at the Toomer and Hayter web site. On there you will find a lot of the material you need to do the job. They also offer good advice, although I'm not sure how useful this will be to you where you are based.

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Re: Seamaster 813 Heads LiningFrank19:43:22 29/04/2010 Thu

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