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Anyone with an old West Marine Catalog?

Hi, I'm looking for someone with an old West Marine Catalog, probably 2006 or 2005 or so. I need the West Marine part number and price for an Icom M502 (black) and an HM157 (white). Thanks for your help. Mike

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Mike,

Until recently I had a decade and a half's worth of those annual catalogues lined up on a bookshelf. But then my wife "prioritized" that space. I'm no longer allowed to retain back issues.

However, if you call a local West MArine shop, they should have several years worth, maybe even back to 2006.

Good luck.
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John, Thanks so much for the idea. I called my local store and they had a 2004 and had the info. Thanks to SailNet, that took an hour to get the help I needed! Great site!!! Mike
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John I've used the site many times, just never posted. I was surprised that I wasn't registered when I tried to log in. I can almost always find what I'm looking for just using the search engine. Now that I'm registered, I'll try to contirbute some as well. Thanks again, Mike
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