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I have recently purchased and am in the process of rebuilding a 1978 Islander Bahama 30. This boat came with Arco two speed primary winches and Lemar single speed secondarys. Anyone know where Arco went? I''d like to have a diagram of the internal workings of the winch before I disassemble for maintenence.
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Last that I heard ARCO is still in business. I believe that they are an Australian company and they also make Barient/Barlow replacement parts. I had ARCO winches on my prior boat and they were quite simple to work on.

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Jeff is right, here is the web address:
http://www.arco-winches.com/ . I tried to e-mail them once with no results. Good luck.
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Thanks guys!
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