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Subject: Re: Seamaster Sailer 23


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Ian
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Date Posted: 21:37:21 13/06/2007 Wed
In reply to: Chris Dawson 's message, "Seamaster Sailer 23" on 19:39:43 13/06/2007 Wed

I am afraid that I cant help with the size, but thought that you could measure that.

If the plate is galvanized steel (most likely) then the bolt should be also. You could try your local agricultural engineering suppler.

Ian

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