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PostPosted: Sep 10th, '16, 21:10 
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Jeff,
FYI our web site is up and running and contains a list of all castings etc that we can supply. The URL is:

https://www.keeleymarine.com.au/

www.keeleymarine.com.au

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PostPosted: Sep 11th, '16, 08:26 
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Gold! - what a great resource.


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Wow nice, can we put this one in the "Pool Room" (recommended suppliers) for future reference :)

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It's already in there Mike. :roll:

Coops.

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thanks, good info, I have been surfing the net looking for a gooseneck casting, I could not find one that would not require some modification, go on this site and here is the exact one, its on its way. brilliant


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Ooooh! I just had a flick through the fitting out guides.... what memories that invoked! Sailfish, Gwen 12; Arafura Cadet, Rainbow, 125, International Cadet, Sabot, Quickcat, KittyKat, .... and more! And I've sailed so many of them over the years. How is everyone else doing as they remember "the early days"?


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Fitting out guides here.

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