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9 years 10 months ago #1704 by Terry Temperly
If you want to have a new board fabricated, contact Tony Pocklington in Port Charlotte,FL. He still has the original mold, and just recently made a new board for another Brewer owner.

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9 years 10 months ago #1705 by George Myers
Replied by George Myers on topic Brewer12.8 Centerboard
That would be great. Thank You! I searched on net for him without success. Do you or the other 12.8 owner know his contacts. Regards , George my email is georgetheleo@hotmail.com

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9 years 10 months ago #1706 by George Chamberlain
Charlotte Harbor Boat Storage on Google Maps:

maps.google.com/maps?ie=UTF-8&q=Charlott...4BA&ved=0CJMBEPwSMAk

Check out this blog, see the 10th pic from the top:
purplesagetradingpost.com/sumner/endeavo...o%20yard-pics-2.html

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9 years 10 months ago #1708 by George Myers
Replied by George Myers on topic Brewer12.8 Centerboard
Tony Pocklington PH 941/828-0216 info@charlotteharborboatstorage.com

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9 years 10 months ago #1724 by George Myers
Replied by George Myers on topic Brewer12.8 Centerboard
I have bought a new board from Tony at Charlotte Harbor Boat Storage in Placida FL He has original molds! Costly but "only game in town". What material did you use to pad' board ?? Im thinking of neoprene sheets . and how was yours fastened to hull? Thanks, George

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9 years 10 months ago #1725 by Jack Dexter
Replied by Jack Dexter on topic Brewer12.8 Centerboard
Our pads are fastened to the board, not the trunk. They're made of Starboard and epoxied on and slightly wedge shaped to allow for a tight fit. They work.

If I were doing the job again I'd consider a softer material if I could find one that could be securely fastened to the board.

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