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    Been reading for years and finally found another boat/project, thanks to all for the help and information on the forum. I will have many more questions....trying to keep the boat as original as possible.
    Bill[br]84\' 224, 98\' 200 Merc

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    Originally posted by SFL 224


    Been reading for years and finally found another boat/project, thanks to all for the help and information on the forum. I will have many more questions....trying to keep the boat as original as possible.



    Congratulations! You haven't been reading too close becuase you didn't post a picture! Ha! Let's see her
    1978 Mako 25 - Blind Hog
    1985 Mako 20c - sold
    Fort Walton Beach, FL
    http://www.classicmako.com/forum/top...TOPIC_ID=42841

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      Bill[br]84\' 224, 98\' 200 Merc

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        Finding out the hard way that stainless steel screws and aluminum are not a good combination. Do you know where I can get new seats that will fit on the old sliders, the sliders are in good shape but seats are rotted, sad thing is I have brand new cushions that fit on the old seats and anything new I've seen has a different shape and size and cushions won't fit.
        Bill[br]84\' 224, 98\' 200 Merc

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