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Does anyone know a source for six loop teak handrails with 12" center to center of each support leg? This is for my 1984 C & C Landfall 35.
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I've been in West Marine and Boat US stores that carry stock....not sure if it's to your spec. I also have a few teak fabrication contacts in FL I've used for custom work and stock teak trim. I'll do some digging and try to find if you're interested.
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Thanks. Look forward to hearing from you.
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I saw a couple of those at West Marine too
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West or ANI are probably cheaper if they fit. If they don't, I saw this guy: teakmarinewoodwork.com I haven't used him, but am getting a quote right now for a job I'm doing.
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teak handrails

Thanks for the heads up on teakmarinewoodwork. I bought some mahogany and fabricated my own rails. The mahogany was $10/board foot vs. $34.50 for teak. The mahogany is stronger and more rot resistant but much harder and more difficult to work. Color is darker (more reddish) than teak.
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