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Question Newport 33 spars?

Can anyone tell me who made the spars (spreaders, mast, and boom) for the Newport 33? Mine is a 1984 and I need to replace a spreader bar and there are no markings or a plate on the mast, etc. to identify the manufacturer. I have come close to the measurement via Z-Spars but I don't believe they were the original manufacturers.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.
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Mast for Newport 33

I have a 1987 Newport 33. The Masts were made by a French company called Isomat. These masts are very common. Many were used on O-Day 34's.

Contact a rigging company or a bone yard. I'm sure you can find a used one.
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These people are a good source for anything Isomat:

http://www.rigrite.com/Spars/Isomat_...OMAT_Main.html
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