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Old 08-24-2013, 08:26 AM
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I would like four of the 4" size. Will you send me a PM with details of payment, etc?
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Old 08-24-2013, 08:41 AM
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Master Craft Pull up cleats for sale!

Could you tell us how far apart, center to center, the holes need to be on the 4" and 8" respectively? Thanks.
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Old 08-24-2013, 10:42 AM
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Hi Guys,

I have some Master Craft pull up cleats for sale. I was going to update my boat with this pull up cleats but decided against it. My lose your win. I have a few 4 inch and 8 inch just trying to get rid of them. They are all brand new unused very high quality, and solid construction. these aren't going to break anytime soon.

Asking:
$35 for the 4 inch
$45 for the 8 inch
willing to deal if you purchase a few at a time.
PICS on demand.
shipping is on you!

Thank you in advance!
Jacob
I'll take a some 4", will $100 buy 4 of them?, pm me with your final cost
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Old 08-24-2013, 10:45 AM
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Captin, how did you come across these parts are you a reseller of some sort? TT'rs please use caution as Captin is a new member.
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Old 08-24-2013, 12:10 PM
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Captin, how did you come across these parts are you a reseller of some sort? TT'rs please use caution as Captin is a new member.
My concerns exactly. Would love to have some, but....
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Old 08-24-2013, 06:30 PM
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My concerns exactly. Would love to have some, but....
I also echo the other two. I'd also like 4 but being a brand new member does give me some pause. Interesting, we all have 94-95 205's

Just FYI though - I was at the local BU dealer a few hours ago and looked at the cleats on their boats. They were all 6" wide and did look just a tad big. So, 8" is definitely too big for me and the 4" looks to be the appropriate size.
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Old 08-26-2013, 11:29 AM
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I'm thinking of blinging up the dock a bit. On the 8" cleats, what is the diameter of the attachment bolts, and how long are they?
Hi, The screws are about 1" in diameter. also there are about 3" in length.
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Old 08-26-2013, 11:31 AM
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I'll take a some 4", will $100 buy 4 of them?, pm me with your final cost
James
Just private message me, with your shipping info. and i will send paypal info.
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Old 08-26-2013, 12:27 PM
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Captin, how did you come across these parts are you a reseller of some sort? TT'rs please use caution as Captin is a new member.
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My concerns exactly. Would love to have some, but....
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I also echo the other two. I'd also like 4 but being a brand new member does give me some pause. Interesting, we all have 94-95 205's

Just FYI though - I was at the local BU dealer a few hours ago and looked at the cleats on their boats. They were all 6" wide and did look just a tad big. So, 8" is definitely too big for me and the 4" looks to be the appropriate size.
Hi Guys, sorry about this late reply, i was away from my computer this weekend. I acquired these from a good friend of mine, who is a re-seller. originally i was planning on put them on my boat, but i decided against it as they are going to be a permanent addition and i'm not yet ready to take that plunge. My friend suggested selling them second hand as I got them at a great price so i went here on the forums.
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Old 08-26-2013, 12:42 PM
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Hi Guys, sorry about this late reply, i was away from my computer this weekend. I acquired these from a good friend of mine, who is a re-seller. originally i was planning on put them on my boat, but i decided against it as they are going to be a permanent addition and i'm not yet ready to take that plunge. My friend suggested selling them second hand as I got them at a great price so i went here on the forums.
Thanks for the reply. Just wondering why you listed your boat as a Alberg 37' (which I assume is a sailboat) instead of a Mastercraft? You said you "were" going to install them on your boat but decided against it. I'm just curious why you were going to install Mastercraft logo cleats onto a non-Mastercraft boat?
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