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youre one of those guys who just rushes out and buys something he needs the same year, ain't you...
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Good point SD. Considering the savings, he might be able by now to purchase his knotmeter ... **** I just jumped in too fast
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As old as the original post was... I find myself in the same position with a 1988 Beneteau F235 (but new to me.) It's chock full of frozen, non-working parts and I'm grateful for this thread. Thanks.
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