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Re: Floating Winch Handle

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Originally Posted by PhilCarlson View Post
I have that winch handle as well. I never tested it but always figured it wouldn't float well, would be hard to see, and the conditions leading to it's going overboard would not favour recovery, so it, like everything else that goes overboard is a sacrifice to the sea.

I wonder how long until the salvaged floating winch handle business begins to flourish. There must be tons of them washed up on the shore.
Or sunk in slips. Along with a thousand nuts and screws😃


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