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Need new stanchions (34ft. C&C)

Need a supplier for some damaged stanchions for 1982 34'' C&C. Looked in westmarine, not some style. Need the type with the cast ring on the top to match existing. Any help would be greatly aprreciated.
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I would try ''Tops in quality'' which made a lot of hardware used on Canadian boats. That said, the cast top loop sounds like a Merriman fitting and Merriman is out of business.

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Need new stanchions (34ft. C&C)

If Tops has them OK. However that ring is not such a good thing because it sticks up too much. If someone fell on it the thing may cause an injury.

I have those rings on my boat (C&C 35-1) and when I added gates the new stantions have a black plastic fitting on the end. It looks safer. Perhaps you could change all of the fittings to the plastic one?

I was thinking of getting some black plastic and turning a bunch up. But here I am typing on a computer.
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Need new stanchions (34ft. C&C)

You could try Whitewater Marine. They are near Port Huron MI. They are not big, but might be able to help.
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Need new stanchions (34ft. C&C)

Southshore Yachts in Niagara On The Lake Canada have all patterns of stanchions for pre-''98 C&C yachts. e-mail-- sservice@niagara.com or web site www.niagara.com/sailboat/ABOUT.HTM
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Need new stanchions (34ft. C&C)

Try www.rigrite.com...they carry many older replacement parts
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Try Holland Marine Inc in Canada - they have a web site. I ordered some replacement toe-rail, replacement rubrail, and stantion parts from them for my 1981 C&C 40.
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Jeff,
welcome aboard and let me be the first to tell ya,
you just responded to a post that is almost 6 years old.
I'm thinking that the repair has already been done or the boat has been sold.
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RODLMRAO! I hate when that happens. Thanks for the laugh!

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