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value of new (old stock) Lewmar 44 3 speed winches? Thanks.

I currently own 2 brand new Lewmar 44 3 speed winches. I have had them for years and years, they are still in plastic wrappers. Does anyone know of their value? They are chrome. I have looked all over the Internet; including EBay but cant find the same model.
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Are you sure they're three-speed winches?

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Yes it has Three Speed 44 printed on the top as well as Lewmar England.
I can send a picture if I can work out how to do it.
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wow sorry for taking up sooooooo much space..
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Very nice... Too bad they're not self-tailing.

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Yea I know, That would be nice.
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They're junk.....send them to me and I'll get rid of them for you.


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Just how old are these things? My concern would be that when they eventually need service, that the parts for a particular and likely uncommon racing winch would no longer be available.

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They probably use the same parts as most of the other three-speed lewmars... Lewmar has been pretty smart about that at least.
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Just how old are these things? My concern would be that when they eventually need service, that the parts for a particular and likely uncommon racing winch would no longer be available.

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For $100 each, I am sure that I could see that they are disposed of in an environmentally safe manner even though I only need a pair of 40s.

But seriously, West Marine wants US$785 for the Ocean series 40 in the alloy finish. I would think they would worth somewhere around $450 as they aren't ST.

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