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Old October 20th 04, 12:01 AM
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Among the lowest cost winches at that time, yes.

RB


Bubbles, you're full of ****!

Ozzy, I hope you know that Barient winches were much more expensive and Lewmar
is STILL one of the cheapest winches you can buy. Ever see an Anderson winch?

RB

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Old October 20th 04, 12:39 AM
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is STILL one of the cheapest winches you can buy. Ever see an Anderson winch?

RB


"at the time" Bubbles...."at the time"

At the time Lewmar was a popular winch on low cost boats. Barient was the
pricey item.

RB
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Old October 20th 04, 12:35 PM
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Ummm Billy, galvanised was used extensively right into the 70s


And dropped because of it's high failure rate without warning.
Really, Ozzy....is this YOU?


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Old October 20th 04, 11:01 PM
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BB.

Everything about a Siedlemann is Temporary

Including your dopey responses?

Bill, I'm sure the memories of that trip will last just as long as if it
was made sailing a "Swan" :^)

And: "I'LL DRINK TO THAT!!"

Ole Thom

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"Thom Stewart" wrote:
BB.

Everything about a Siedlemann is Temporary

Including your dopey responses?

Bill, I'm sure the memories of that trip will last just as long as if it
was made sailing a "Swan" :^)


You've got that right! We really enjoy sailing with Scott, he's very mellow
and the boat is set up for easy handling. Everything works that needs to
for a FUN, relaxing sail!

Seahag


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Old October 21st 04, 04:47 PM
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You were just lucky that you didn't impale
yourself on that stuck winch handle, or that the
coil of line wasn't lifted by a seabreeze and tied
your hands and then push you into the water.
(these things happen in San Francisco).

Scotty


"Seahag" wrote in message
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"Thom Stewart" wrote:
BB.

Everything about a Siedlemann is

Temporary
Including your dopey responses?

Bill, I'm sure the memories of that trip will

last just as long as if it
was made sailing a "Swan" :^)


You've got that right! We really enjoy sailing

with Scott, he's very mellow
and the boat is set up for easy handling.

Everything works that needs to
for a FUN, relaxing sail!

Seahag




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Old October 21st 04, 06:36 PM
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In article ,
Scott Vernon wrote:
You were just lucky that you didn't impale
yourself on that stuck winch handle, or that the
coil of line wasn't lifted by a seabreeze and tied
your hands and then push you into the water.
(these things happen in San Francisco).


Man, I was just going to type that!! g

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Old October 22nd 04, 02:56 AM
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So there, all you blabs...if Haggie says it's an ok boat, then it's an ok
boat and that's the end of it.

"Seahag" wrote in message
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"Thom Stewart" wrote:
BB.

Everything about a Siedlemann is Temporary

Including your dopey responses?

Bill, I'm sure the memories of that trip will last just as long as if it
was made sailing a "Swan" :^)


You've got that right! We really enjoy sailing with Scott, he's very
mellow and the boat is set up for easy handling. Everything works that
needs to for a FUN, relaxing sail!

Seahag




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Old October 22nd 04, 03:17 AM
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In article ,
katysails wrote:
So there, all you blabs...if Haggie says it's an ok boat, then it's an ok
boat and that's the end of it.


Who said it wasn't an ok boat?




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http://www.sailnow.com
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