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Seeking a used Lewmar 44 ST Winch

I''m looking for a Lewmar 44 self Tailing winch. Where can I find listings on the web for used winches?
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Seeking a used Lewmar 44 ST Winch

Hey Norm,

I may well have a Lewmar 44ast available ex Australia. They are sheet winches on our Nautitech 475 - which we are replacing with Lewmar 50ast. Will probably use them for the mainsheet traveller - but may well have 1 surplus if we decide to use just the 1.

Currently we use the mainsheet winch for the traveller - which becomes a little unweildy at times.

Lets know your timing etc.

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Seeking a used Lewmar 44 ST Winch

http://www.marineexchange.com/ end of story
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I''m looking for a Lewmar 44 self Tailing winch. Where can I find listings on the web for used winches?
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Hello
i understand you are looking for a lewmar 44 st winch
Lewmar made 2 designs of 44st winches
1/ current model
2/ 25-30 year old model
which one are you looking for , we may be able to help.
please contact sales@winchspares.com
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winchspares...that's a 6 year old post!
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haha, a 6 year old post, now that's funny.
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How appropriate

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http://www.marineexchange.com/ end of story
And what do you see when you go to that website? The domain's for sale. I guess that is really and truly "end of story"!

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Technically, winchspares's post is an advertisement and spam... It might be considered a relevant post, if he weren't responding to a post that is over six years old.

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