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Old 06-04-2006
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Lower Spreader??????

Was trying to find a replacement lower spreader for my Islander 30 Bahama. One reply I recieved was there is only one spreader on I30. Started looking at pictures and only seen single spreaders on all of the boats I looked at.

Now wondering what i have on the top of my boat? are there other I30 with two spreaders or do i have some unknown mast atop mine?
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the bahamas islander has oonly one set of spreaders if you have seen to its becouse they put more then factory.
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