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O'day 28 Gooseneck & Boom issue

I've got an old O'day 28. Recently the gooseneck (mast side boom attachment) broke in half. I can't seem to find a replacement gooseneck as they are no longer made and a conversion kit is pricey.
Does anyone of a comparable boom if I just decided to replace the whole boom with a more updated gooseneck system. I feel like I should be able to find a cheap old boom and go from there.
Or... does anyone know where I can find an old isomat gooseneck (i've checked with all the popular boat consignment shops) no such luck.
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Re: O'day 28 Gooseneck & Boom issue

Try these chaps: Rig-Rite Inc. - Masts, Booms, Spars, Rigging, and Hardware for Sailboats.
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Re: O'day 28 Gooseneck & Boom issue

They've got a boom off a 28, might have the parts you need.

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Re: O'day 28 Gooseneck & Boom issue

Google D and R Marine in Mass.
Might be under D&R Marine.

They handle Oday parts.

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do you know the brand? If it was US SPARS, you can still get parts from the manufacture.

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Re: O'day 28 Gooseneck & Boom issue

Rig rite doesn't carry the old goosneck anymore and the retro fit system is very expensive. DR Marine doesn't carry the mast position of the goosneck only the boom segments which I have and are fine.
Thanks for the link to random booms more what I was looking for... hopefully I can find a cheaper alternative by getting a little creative.
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