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Any recommendations for good chainplate fabricators in the area would be appreciated. Also if you used someone out of the area you liked, I'd be interested in hearing those recommendations too, (they're out of the boat and can be shipped off).

I'm probably going to be going with stainless steel again. Once they're fabricated, do you need to send them to someone else to treat them, (electroplishing, passivating), or does the fabricator typically do that?

These are all 6 from my 1991 Contest 35S, that I want to replace.


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