Free console and bow rail

Tunascapes

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I have the console that came out of my 19 seaway. If anyone needs it for a project let me know and it's yours. Measure 31 tall, 20 wide, and 20 deep. You can see from the pic it does need a little tlc.


I also have the stainless bow rail that came off of the 19 seaway. That's free for the taking to if anyone has a need.

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El mar I was thinking one of those skiff would be perfect for it. Hopefully someone will have a use for it.
 

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Take the bow railing, cut to 4-6 ft lengths, close one end, heat & fill with hot lead, cut to desired weight/lengths, drill holes each end and put a split ring & large treble or J hook, and you got some productive cod jigs. :rolleyes:

Though too bad not much cod fish left thanks to catch shares :mad:
 

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Take the bow railing, cut to 4-6 ft lengths, close one end, heat & fill with hot lead, cut to desired weight/lengths, drill holes each end and put a split ring & large treble or J hook, and you got some productive cod jigs. :rolleyes:

Though too bad not much cod fish left thanks to catch shares :mad:

Rob green wants it for that. If no one has any use for it he can sacrifice it.
 

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Believe it or not, the bow rail is exactly what I have been looking for the past 3 years since I bought my Seaway 19. I would love to come take it off your hands, only problem is that I am on the Outer Banks of NC, and that's a bit of a ride.
 

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Oh man that's to bad. Not sure how trying to ship it would go. The feet all come off but that's one awkward shape to ship.
 

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cjmahm can have it if you can figure out logistics. I'm still interested too, but i'm not sure how I would get it from Maine. I don't have a truck, which is why I asked for a pic if you can.
 

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Pic of the rail. The feet do come off so its just the bow shape. I have been meaning to measure the at opening width and height at the bowbbut keep forgetting. I'll get it for you.

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The feet look banged up in that pic. Everything is as it should be. Once you bolt each foot down there is a cover that slides down over it. I think that is what's making it look out of whack.
 

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I just don't see that fitting in a UPS truck.:) Too bad, my dad lives in CT, and is coming down to visit soon, but he doesn't have a truck anymore and that simply won't fit in his little mazda. Thanks anyway though.
 

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I don't see how I can tie that to the roof of my outback either :(

I appreciate the offer though!
 

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@tunascapes, pleasure meeting with you today talking about downeast boats and the ETECS. Hope to see you on the water in 2013!

Thanks again.

Kevin
 


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