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Santana 28, masthead search

Hello fellow boaters,

I am in search of a replacment mast head. Unfortunately, my existing mast head was broken and I am in need of HELP!

Dimensions are as follows: 3.5" wide x 6.25" long. for Santana 28.

Please forward any leads or advise.

Thank you.

Bobby
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I would check with Schock Boats,
they may have an idea where to aquire
a replacement.
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You could also check with the spar manufacturer, if you know who it is.
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If the mast is off, pull the mast head and take it to a welder that does alumimun and ask for a quote on fixing it. Probably cheaper, and even possible to improve on the design with a good welder. Thats what I would do.
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I had a custom mast head made for my santana 21 - the one that came on the boat looked like crap and wasn't well made

I'd actually like to redo the one I had made and make some small changes to it as well.
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Call Carol at the factory, 951-277-3377 - she handles parts from older WD Schock boats
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Hello fellow boaters,

I am in search of a replacment mast head. Unfortunately, my existing mast head was broken and I am in need of HELP!

Dimensions are as follows: 3.5" wide x 6.25" long. for Santana 28.

Please forward any leads or advise.

Thank you.

Bobby
I've done lots of aluminum casting repairs, even when pieces were missing. Any welding shop with a TIG machine set up for aluminum (hi frequency and AC) should be able to put it back together just fine. It could be MIG welded too, but generally that would be sloppy job unless the guy doing it is very good.

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