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Hunter 30 Mast?

If it's a Hunter 30, let me knoe how the mast is... I bought a salvaged 1982 H30 and am in need of a mast.

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If they're talking scrap as in SCRAP, why not just get a Sawzall and take everything? Worry about "uninstalling" things later, it will save you time.

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I'd take the port/red nav light as mine has faded to white and the socket the bulb goes in is unreliable. I've got some LEDs in it now but it's a duct tape job. Email/pm me if you can sell it to me.

As for looking for stuff to grab... I would grab the teak if it was in descent shape--you can use it to make other stuff or sell it.

Hope you got some goodies
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Basically everything, believe me, no matter what it is, someone somewhere is looking for one.

Ken.
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