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Discussion in 'Announcements & FAQs' started by Nehalennia, Feb 29, 2012.
Selling her already? What are you moving up to?
The base and cap are milled. Then the hinge pieces are milled, assembled and then welded to the cap and lid. Then electro-polished
If the price point gets a bit lower I would be in and may be able to get some more people interested.
Add me to the contingent list too.
I would like a pair. I know they are pricey but they will last forever and there is "nothing like them nowhere."
I wonder if we needed more numbers if someone cross posted this on another site like thehulltruth, would that help? Imtra products are used on a lot more boat manufacturers than just sea ray.
Thank you. That would be great. I think it would help. At this point I'm working to see if I can get the price down to around $150ea/$300pr. This will mean I will need to get more orders. Once I confirm I can post that there to see if we can get the volume. Also Henry's newer model cap showed up today for the '07 and newer models. I will begin to figure that one out as well.
Thank you all again for the interest. Stay tuned.
This might be a stupid question
but i have one windlass switch, why would i need a pair and why would anyone need a pair for that matter?
Maybee im missing something
Typically one is up and the other is down. I'm not sure what setup yours has.
Ya mine is up only
thats what i was missing
im pretty sure im in for one but i will measure mine sunday to be sure
Put me down for two if we can get the cost per pair around $300.
If it's 316 stainless, a magnet would not work to keep it closed?
It will if there are magnets on each half, with their poles correctly oriented of course.
The magnets will have small pockets they will be embedded in epoxy.
That's my target right now.
I'm in for 2 also if we can get around $300.00 for the pair. Thanks
Todd, I'm in for a pair as well....great idea!
Heck, I'm in for 300 if you get em done before I get rid of her!
I'm sorry but this project just won't be able to go any lower. I really appreciate the interest.
So does this mean we can still get them done for $400/pair with 100 order? Or are you bailing on the entire operation?
I can do them at the $400/pr if I can get 100 orders yes. I just could not get the costs down far enough for $300/pr. It's bottomed out at the $400/pr., but it may be difficult to get the 100 orders mark. Thanks again