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Old 01-07-2012
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I'm in the process of installing new instruments. I have 3 B&G focus repeaters that function. Can anyone use them?
Will also have a mast head unit in the spring when I get up there.
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Re: B & G Instruments

Hello Jim

I have a 20 year old set of B and G Focus instruments - my masthead unit has not worked for years and the wind instrument starts up only when it wants to - which is not often.

So I would be very grateful for a repeater or two and the masthead unit when you get up there.

This month (July 2012) I am sailing in Greece - I'll be back home in Australia in August and that would be the best place to arrange delivery.

If I can help you with anything - I am experienced electronic engineer and also catamaran designer/builder - I would be happy to.

Best wishes

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Re: B & G Instruments

Hello Jim and Michael,

My name is T C Leung from Hong Kong , I am looking for an obsolete B and G instrument for my boat. I appreciate if you or your friends can direct me to find a new or used B and G network wind instrument.


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