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Bases for bow pulpit

The bases (four) for my bow pulpit need replacing. I have done a web search and haven''t been able to find such item. Can anyone recommend a source? I surely don''t want to have to replace the entire bow pulpit over this, but from the looks of it I need specail bases and can''t use stanchion bases.
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If you have a common boat, you might take this question to a Sailnet email group for your manufacturer - perhpas some company still makes/stocks parts.

If you can''t find a source of OEM parts, see Google.com for sources such as which may have something comparable:
http://bosunsupplies.com/Deck_RailFittings.CFM
http://www.stainlessspecialties.com/stainless.htm

If you can''t find parts you need to see a local SS tubing fabricator about having custom parts made. If you don''t have a volume production boat, my bet is you''ll be facing a rude $urpri$e.

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Just checked that link to Bosun''s supplies. I had somehow missed that piece of their website. Looks like they will have something that works. Thanks so much!!!
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Bases for bow pulpit

SeaDog also has an extensive on-line catalogue of very nice SS fittings. You can order through Sailnet once you know what you need.
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Go to donalmachine.com, they can laser cut any kind of custom stainless parts at a reasonable rate.
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