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Re-galvanizing chain, North Florida

I am preparing for next season's cruising and have to get my chain
re-galvanized. There is a shop in Jacksonville (metalplate.com). I only have 200 ft of 3/3 BBB which comes to 330 pounds. At$0.43 a pound that only amounts to $142, much less than the minimum charge of $300. Anybody in the area want to go in with me (I'm in Fernandina Beach, I know a lot of cruisers store in Fernandina and St. Marys) . I intend doing this late Nov. or early Dec.
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Re: Re-galvanizing chain, North Florida

Hello Vasco, how did the regalvanizing go on your anchor chain????thanks.... Jim
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Re: Re-galvanizing chain, North Florida

Does anyuone know of a regalvanizing company in North Carolina that does anchor chain and anchors.?????:
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Re: Re-galvanizing chain, North Florida

Here,
South Atlantic LLC | Service Galvanizing

Might want to drop them a line.

And this one whose minimum charge is $200 and you can wait for it while its being worked on.
How good can it get?

http://tennesseegalvanizing.com/questions-answers/
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Re: Re-galvanizing chain, North Florida

Thanks I will give them a call....
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