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NEED Cat 22 stern pulpit rail

I've seen catalina direct has a 2-piece for a few hundred bucks but can anyone point me in the direction of a used one? Possibly something similar to fit the same mounting locations? Mines got a kink right in the middle.
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Where are you located? Minney’s Yacht Surplus is awesome but it is in Southern California.
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Im in seattle. I'm actually going to LA in 2 weeks to start a cruise to Cabo so maybe I will see what they have and ship it ground back, or they may have a cheap ground shipping option?

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Give them a call, they some how have there inventory memorized.
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I understand C25 stern rails work on C22's. I just lived without.

Maybe cut off the center section, and reconnect with a cable? Learn how to weld SS?
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That is certainly a possibility. I've seen a few with the split bar (two piece) rail but I really like the look of the whole stern wrapped around. Also the rail in the center is a great place to lean while holdin the wheel and I wonder if a wire would be sturdy/safe?

Thanks a bunch for the idea, I appreciate it.
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