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I am looking for a gooseneck for an Endeavour 32. Does anyone have any ideas where to get one?
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Will this one suit your needs? http://www.betamarinenc.com/exhaust%20systems08oct.pdf scroll down the page.......
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Sorry. No. I should have been more clear. I am referring to the hardware that attaches the boom to the mast.

Thanks for the reply anyway.
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Take a look Google Rig-Rite Inc. I tried to post a link by Sail-Net over wrote it. You might also want to check with Sparcraft U.S. - sailboat Masts - Boom - Rigging - Hardware - Fitting - Vangs - Pole - Charlotte .

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Do you have a photo of the old fitting?? I'd point out that a good machine shop can generally make a custom piece for you.

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You might try asking here: eof.myfreeforum.org :: Index The forum owner owns an E-32.

also, I posted a long list of used parts sources here, try a search for that. You might find a consignment shop with one.

And try the spar manufacturer.
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Do you have a photo of the old fitting?? I'd point out that a good machine shop can generally make a custom piece for you.

svHyLyte— Use tinyurl.com to fix that problem with the sailnet autolinking engine.
It appears to be made of cast aluminum. I will take a photo and post it.
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Yup...makes it around the sailnet autolinking engine...

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