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I need pulpit straightening in Kemah, TX

My Island Packet was hit and now I need someone that can do some precision rebending of my pulpit in the Kemah, TX area. Any recommendations for whom to avoid or whom to ask? I know that I have left a wide open straight line there. Please resist the temptation.

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I need pulpit straightening in Kemah, TX

I wish I could help you out but I have been trying to find a gulfcoast welder/ pulpit builder and up in the upper gulf states I have no idea. If you find someone please let me know I am in New Orleans and with all the welders you would think they would be thick as fleas but not true.
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I need pulpit straightening in Kemah, TX

I am in Kemah. I have used United Metal Arts in the past. Tops and Towers may do that type of work but I wouldn''t trust them any further than I could throw the owner -- he''s a big guy. You may want to try Mark Grinstead at Seabrook Shipyard. He is a great guy and either owns, or is in control of, the former stainless operation next to South Texas Yacht Service in Watergate.
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