Wanted: Bent/ruined upper mast section

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  1. bjmoose

    bjmoose Member

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    Hi guys,

    Based on input I've collected in this thread:

    http://www.laserforum.org/showthread.php?t=6225

    I want to get a reasonably new bent upper mast section, that failed "at the usual place" ;) so I can cut it down and make a new boom.

    I'm looking for cheap/free, but I'll pay a nominal cost and pay for shipping.

    I expect to do this on a couple of old boats, so I'm looking for a couple of these things.

    StevenSJHartman AT pacbell DOT net.
     
  2. vtgent49

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    Even broken they are too long to ship UPS etc.
     
  3. bjmoose

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    If someone's got one, we can work that out. After all, if I bought a *new* boom I'd still have to have it shipped to me somehow.
     
  4. computeroman2

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    I have a 30-year old spar that's about to go. I'm in Maine though.
     
  5. bjmoose

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    hmmmm....

    I was thinking more along the lines of an organ donor -- a young one whose natural life was cut short by catastrophic injury, rather than one that's lived a complete and full life, and with bones creaking and frail is ready to be put out to pasture...

    thanks, though.
     
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    I read back over my last reply and it's a bit glib. Sorry. But I have been able to locate a couple of these locally so far, so we don't need to go to the trouble of shipping one from Maine.

    Still I wouldn't say no to another one if someone has one in California, or especially in the Bay Area.
     
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