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2013-03-04 at 11:54:03 PM GMT
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Damaged windlass
Can anyone recommend a good machinist-mechanic who might be able to repair a damaged Quick Antares windlass? It was supplied with a shaft of insufficient length with the result that the driving bushing was damaged. The shaft has to be lengthened and the bushing repaired. Spare parts do not seem to be easily available.

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2013-03-05 at 12:38:34 AM GMT
Posts: 83

Hello Cam

 

My friend and neighbour David Edwards runs his own machine shop here in Vancouver. Please contact me off line and I will give you his coordinates

 

You can find my email under my name, as well as my numbers on the BCA site

 

cheers

jb



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