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lOOKING FOR A SHAFT STRUT FOR A 1983 30' HUNTER SAIL BOAT THE ORGINAL WAS PRODUCED BY DAHMER NO LONGER IN BUSSINESS STILL HAVE A WEB PAGE
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It appears pink which leads me to belive that electrolysis is eating away at it
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Yup, and you really need to figure out what is causing the electrolysis.
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Buck Algonquin is also a source for struts.
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