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I''m thinking of buying a Cheoy Lee Offshore 41 Ketch. The boat I am looking at is in pretty good shape, but the halyard winches look pretty tired. They were made by Cheoy Lee. Does anybody know where to get rreplacements? Any comments about the boat, in general? Are there any Owners Groups?

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I have a Bristol 41.1 for sale that has a much better reputation than the Cheoy Lee.
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If the winches "look tired" just take them down and clean them up and regrease everything inside and reassemble. Well made winches, like those on a Cheoy Lee Offshore 41 should last indefinitely if taken care of. (I know this is an old thread, just putting my 2 cents in.)

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