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Old 04-17-2010
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A Follow-up -

I ordered new lifelines from Jeff at Rigging Only (riggingonly.com). He was great to talk with and his quoted phone price was phenomenal. I sent him my old lifelines and after they looked at the originals he called with an even lower price. After authorizing the work, I had my new lifelines in about 4 days. I installed them last night and they fit perfectly! All 316 SS, coated wire, and open body turnbuckles.

I have no relationship with Rigging Only except as a satisfied customer. Their prices are way cheaper than the big box boat store or the Suncor DIY kits.

Thanks to josrulz for the recommendation.
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