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06-06-2010 04:25 PM
btrayfors Chesapeake Marine Fasteners was bought by Fawcetts. Their entire inventory is at Fawcett's new location in Eastport, next to MacDonalds: 919 Bay Ridge Road, Annapolis, MD‎ - (410) 267-8681‎

If they don't have it, they can order it.

Bill
06-06-2010 03:31 PM
Stillraining Try these guys

Tacoma Screw Products, Inc. :: Main
06-06-2010 03:29 PM
Michael K Try Chesapeake Marine Fasteners ,nuts,bolts,screws,lags,carriage bolts,wood screws,nails,rod,galvanize,stainless steel silicon bronze,aluminum,brass. grade 5, grade 8, steel, washers, pins, rivets, locknuts,bronze
06-06-2010 03:19 PM
mrybas
Source for unusual 316 SS fasteners?

I'm having trouble finding replacement machine screws (bolts with a round/truss head phillips) for fittings like the bob stay, whisker stays, gammon, back stay chain plate. They are mostly 3/8'' x 4-8''. They are pieces that are seen, so hex bolts wouldn't look right. I have tried all the usual suspects- JamesTown, McMaster, Fastenal. Anyone have any ideas?

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