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C&c 26

Need a little help hear, Just purchased 1977 C&C 26
in near perfect condition, however when lloking over
boom, cockpit end seems to be a piece missing.

As mentioned this piece is at the extreme cockpit end of the boom. Right now piece of hard plastic
has been installed with what appears to be the original screw.

Anyway someone can take a pic of this and send it to me
to see exactly what missing and if I can find replacement

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I have a 1977 C&C 26 but its covered till spring. Can you post a pic? Maybe I can find a pic of mine.
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C & c 26

Mine too covered until spring, but here are a few pics of the boom I'm talking about
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Here's some pics of my boat but I don't have any of the boom. I agree your boom is different than mine. I wish I could get you pic's but its covered. Spring for sure. Howard
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Only thing I can think of is a pad eye for attaching a topping lift, mine has one, albeit not a 26'.
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