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As some of you may know, I totally rebuilt my boat this spring. I have some parts left over I either built new ones to replace, or didn't want. They are yours for the taking if you want them. So, free to a good home are.....

One bow anchor crankey thing that works great but could use a paint job.

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Oil tank for an 87 Johnson VRO. I cleaned out the tank, cleaned the pickup tube, and replaced the oil line last year.

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2- aluminum seat peds. One is 28" the other is 15".

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My e-mail is boilerguy_1@yahoo.com Drop me a line if you want them, then come get them. I could just scrap em out and trash em but on the odd chance an FM'er out there wants them I'd rather see them go to good use.

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DUUUUUUDE, I would have taken that anchor flipper thingy, the one on my boat is in need of replacement after a few bounces off of boat docks............

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Dude, I might be willing to take those seat peds off your hands. I could use some for the finish work on the boat. I am sure we will see each other some time this fall.

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Dude BG, couldn't that anchor cranky thingy handle that gigantic ship anchor you drop down into the murky depth of Lake Sarah?

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