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Old 09-17-2008
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Talking davit for inflatable dingui

I have a islander bahamas 30, and wish to know if instaling a davit and with the dingui will lower the flotation line in the stern.

Have anybody worked with the long side window leaks, and how to correct or get new one.

About the cuttlas bearing change, were to buy it.
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