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Discussion in 'Announcements & FAQs' started by Nehalennia, Mar 13, 2012.
Thanks Mike. I'll send a PM now.
Been following your posts just looked at your website great job some nice looking products. Money is tight right now have purchased a lot of upgrades this winter but would like a cockpit table built sometime in the future. I had one idea you might think about I damaged my front rail mounted stainless flag pole holder last summer it was a factory Sea Ray mount replacement cost is $275 I went with an aftermarket till I get this one repaired. With all the rail sizes and and bends maybe you could design a replacement. The cost of a factory 2012 300 SLX pole holder is $750 according to parts at Lake Union in Fife they just sold one the other day.
Thanks Bob. Do you have a link to the product you're talking about?
Count me in for one. Do you do PayPal?
Yes, Paypal is fine. Thanks Ken.
Just email me with the particulars. When my Sea Ray Club friends see this you may get a spike in sales...
That would be great. I'll email you tomorrow.
Todd, Do you prefer PM on CSR or E-mail to your firstname.lastname@example.org account when ordering?
I'd really like an email to email@example.com
This way I can email questions and follow up rather than hoping someone looks at the thread and I can keep track easier.
I can't find the Sea Ray part number right now but I replaced mine with this one from West Marine. It works fits the 1" diameter rail which is fine if mounted on a straight rail mine is mounted on the nose of the boat the bend radius just barely lets me get it on the rail with the way it is attached. The Sea Ray original had 2 set screws that allowed you to adjust it, I'll call Fife later today to get the original part number. I ruined mine when my coupler went out last year trying to tie up to a tug a large wave hit the boat and went under a tire and snapped.
Ok, sounds good. I don't know if I can compete with Taylor made or West Marine on that one.
Can't wait to see it on a 300 Sundancer.
I have 6 tables recently ordered in the final stages of assembly. Here are some updated pictures (iPhone quality, sorry).
Brian "Bridog" requested a slightly smaller size and I had some Sepele (the lighter wood) ready for his table. They all look great while the stain is curing, but I thought I'd post these. Hardware will go on tomorrow AM, then wait one more day to let the stain cure, then Wednesday all orders placed to date will ship.
Thanks for looking.
Todd...Looking good! Curious...is the Sepele stain the same as the iron wood? I'd like to get some for future applications. Any other care involved with these? Thanks again, Brian
Yes. It's all stained with Penofin "Rosewood oil" natural. I'm very please with it.
Received mine today. just freakin beautiful work Todd! Will post a pic soon with it installed. what do you recommend on oiling / maintaining it? Iam not a fan of shiny Teak. The guy who built my Teak cockpit cable gave me a solution of 50% Linseed oil + 50% Mineral spirits than seems to work well. Only apply about once a year.
It has a coating of Penofin "hardwood" formula Rosewood oil on it.
I really like this product and if you get a pint, it may last you for a long, long time.
Got mine today, looks great! I will be trying it out this weekend. Thanks again and I'll let you know if I can throw more your way...
Thank you Ken
I appreciate it.