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New bow lights, bigger wheel (finally!!!), boom/mast bails, 10' amsteel, 2 new ss cowl vents, and a new 150% genny. (After that one I needed a drink)
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Carnitas con chilies verde and some negra modelo.I live aboard.
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It isn't the size of the wheel... it's all in how you steer it.
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2 Stereo Speakers for cockpit
1 cockpit solar lite
1 liquid electrical tape
1 tankminder head tank guage
10 yds sunbrella
1 spool of v-96

I'm now officially broke till payday.

Fair winds,

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They were on sale, 2 solar vents.
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Picked up a kerosene gimballed lamp, my SH 471S VHF DSC handheld (v. cool) and my Lofrans Tigre windlass and assorted breakers, switches and hardware.

That windlass is damn heavy. I picked it because it's sized right for 3/8" BBB chain, but has a manual crank option I wanted.
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What did the Lofrans Tigre Windlass cost ? I am looking for one.
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What Day is it ?

Today - Fender Hangers/Adjustors, Yesterday - More fuel system plumbing parts to stem the flow of the 'diesel sprinkler system' I created in my first attempt at plumbing the FilterBoss to also act as a stand alone polishing system. Day Before Yesterday - Bilge hose and fittings to plumb a second bilge pump to grab the shower flow before it gets to where I don't want it. Last Friday I was convinced by a lister that I needed a buffer/polisher to keep my boat shining........
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What model buffer did you buy Stan? I need to replace my orbital POS with a high speed angle machine - just can't decide which is the best value.
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What model buffer did you buy Stan? I need to replace my orbital POS with a high speed angle machine - just can't decide which is the best value.
I bought the one Acoustic 310 'made me' buy with his expert reccomendation - Makita 9227CX3 7in. The Makita site led to Tyler Tool which seemed to have a good price.
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