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Thanks guys that price is, as I was told, for everything them pulling the mast and doing all the work the fellow told me if I did the work with them it would be a good bit cheaper, so if I did all the main work helping remove the mast and such that would help. I will talk to them again about it and I do plan on sailing to the Bahamas eventually so I plan on installing radar and going ahead and doing the mast head lights and anchor light as well as other things may even paint the mast. I figured it was not a bad price, next time I can meet with them they said that they would point everything out to me so I will do that so that I can see and talk to them in person more. Thanks for the information, and if you guys could help me come up with a list of questions to ask them and things to think about that would be great.

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