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Bronze Fittings

We just bought a 1990 PSC 31 with all bronze hardware. It's about to go out on charter and we are very worried about losing the deckfill caps and the propane locker nut. Anyone know of a source for bronze hardware for PSC? jamestown doesn't have them. Any advice or help would be appreciated.
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We just bought a 1990 PSC 31 with all bronze hardware. It's about to go out on charter and we are very worried about losing the deckfill caps and the propane locker nut. Anyone know of a source for bronze hardware for PSC? jamestown doesn't have them. Any advice or help would be appreciated.
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I'd start with Spartan Marine. Bristol Bronze is another source worth checking, but their website isn't very helpful.

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Gardeningal:

I had heard that PSC OEM'd some of their bronze from an outfit in NZ:

Chatfield Engineering (click for website)

You might also call the PSC factory to see if they could help you.

CL:

Thanks for the Spartan link.
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Dear Gardeningal, We forgot to mention: Congratulations on your new purchase! I hope you get time to both charter and enjoy it this summer. The 31 is a wonderful boat which always has a spot in my heart.

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