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Hood Stoboom system

Hi,
I’ve bought a second hand sail boat with a Hood’s main sail and boom.
It’s a “Hood Stoboom” roller system.
The lower part of the rail on the mast is damaged.
I’m Italian and Hood Italia doesn’t exist anymore, anybody know where I can buy the grey fiberglass rail?
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Claudio
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I own one and am not sure what PART your talking about ? Is it the plastic track the that goes in the mast ?


The current Forespar units do use a similar plastic track


I will scan the manual and post some info LATE tonight BUT i think parts may be diffcult
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Thank you Tommays!
Yes is the plastic grey luft trak.
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Do you know where I can get it?
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