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08-16-2004 08:24 AM
wgwl13736
keel bolts

got the message and number.thanks,frank
08-16-2004 06:04 AM
Billpjr
keel bolts

I sent you a sailnet message with the guys phone number. He said to call because he doesn''t do much with email.

Bill
08-14-2004 06:54 AM
wgwl13736
keel bolts

thanks for the responses,bill.i''ll search a little longer and then i may need that california guy''s number.i hope someday i''ll be knowledgeable enough to help another sailor.frank
08-12-2004 04:24 PM
Billpjr
keel bolts

I logged out and in, now it''s showing me.

There''s a guy in Ca who has a business replacing keel bolts. I emailed him recently about doing a columbia 34 for me. His estimate was $1500.

bill
08-12-2004 04:16 PM
SailorMitch
keel bolts

This is weird. I''m not sailormitch but it says I am. Very weird.

BillPjr
08-11-2004 05:34 PM
wgwl13736
keel bolts

hi Billpjr,thanks for the lead. i''ve searched for hours now and in a coupla places they came tantalyzingly close to giving the details i needed and seemed to indicate my plan would work. also a coronado forum,YAY!!but no activity there for the last 6 years.RATS!! i''ll keep looking.thanks again,frank.
08-11-2004 12:12 PM
Billpjr
keel bolts

There''s much talk on Columbia web sites about replacing keel bolts. Your boat is similar. Google Columbia keel bolts.
08-11-2004 10:04 AM
wgwl13736
keel bolts

hi, i just bought a 27'' coronado and might have to replace the keelbolts. the tops of the bolts are easy to get at under the cabin floor. will i be able to simply back the old bolts out with a wrench and thread the new ones in?thanks,frank

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