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Barient 28 bearings

Anyone know where I could find bearings for a Barient 28 STA?
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Try HUTTON-ARCO Yacht Winches in Australia. They're expensive, but they are a reliable source of parts. I'm nursing 9 old Barients along, keeping then clean and greasy and hoping they live longer than I do.

Edit: The link above didn't seem to print properly in the post. The website is www.HUTTON-ARCO Yacht Winches

They list an email on the site that they may not check all that often. If you have no luck with the email, call them -- they'll take a credit card number and put the parts in the post quickly.

Edit #2 -- Something funny is going on -- the post looks normal in the edit mode, but when I hit save it reverts to what you see here. It may be because the site has winches in the name and the SailNet store wants to sell me winches????????

I'll try one more time the site is www.arco-W.com/products/spares but where you see the W in the url type "winches" so it reads "arco dash winches dot com/products/spares"

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try cutting & pasting this: arco-winches.com/products/spares
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You really need to learn to use Tinyurl.com for those url's so the Sailnet autolinking keyword engine doesn't screw them up. Click on this: HUTTON-ARCO Yacht Winches
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