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Custom Boat Rigging

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I am looking for someone to do some custom boat rigging. I have a 1980 16' Sylvan Sea Monster. I want to add a livewell and some hidden storage compartments. I would like to redesign the stern area to accomaodate the livewell and storage compartments and add a larger gas tank. Does anyone know of someone who does this type of work? I live in the metro area, but have no problem traveling to get this done. Please help!

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There is a guy up by Ottertail who does this type of work, He does a good job, have seen some of his finished products. I believe it is called "The Boat Works". I do not have his number, but it should be listed in the New York Mills area.
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im pretty sure there is a guy on cannon lake near faribault that does that kind of work. ill find out his name and number for you.

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Might want to check with Stan Berry at Custom Rigging in White Bear Lake. I had some work done by them and was really impressed. Phone # 651-426-9752.

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Howdy brunziej...

Drop me an email and we'll talk. I'm located in the southwest metro. (Chaska area) I've done a few mods like what you're talking about and am willing to take a peek at your project if you'd like. Most of my work has been on Lunds. Flat floor conversions, casting decks w/ hatches, rod lockers, battery storage boxes, custom built-in tanks....

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Let's talk.......Dan

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