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Has anyone out there got any recommendations for San Diego or Los Angeles riggers? I need sticks pulled/repainted/rewired new rigging and a new mast step built. Lots of folks willing to do the work but I''m looking for some "local knowledge".

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Ike
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Try Pacific Offshore Rigging in San Diego. They did a fine job for me.
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Try Pacific Offshore Rigging in San Diego. They did a fine job for me.
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Thanks! They must have done a really really really good job!

I will call them.
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I just had a new head stay fabricated for my ranger 26 at pacific offshore riggers. They did a great job in a expedidious manner and then spent some time with me explaining what I should inspect for when I re-install the stay. They treated me not as a total amatuer that I am but as working do it your selfer.
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I spoke to them and have decided to get the work done there. I''ll let you know if my experience is as good as yours. My first impressions are very good.

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