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Unhappy Lost an axle for a C&C 32 sheave, help!

I managed to lose the axle for the main halyard sheave. Does anyone know where i can find a new one? Or, if no suppliers are available, does anyone know a good machine shop that can fabricate one?

It's 7/16 inch diameter and about 1.5 inches long. It had a metal flange attached to it with a hole in the flange for a #10 screw. Below is a picture of the longer axle for the jib halyard and spinnaker halyard sheaves.

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What, no help from any quarter?

FWIW, I have found a company that will likely be able to help: Dealer of Bavaria Yachts, Contest Yachts and C&C Parts

We bought a new stanchion from them last year when we bent one.
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I have gotten many of my parts for our C&C 35 MKIII form South Shore Yachts, Niagra -on the lake. Close to where ther C&C factory was. They have many old parts. The may also have some old masts off of old C&C's and be able to steer you to a used one as well.

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