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Deborah Davenport (Ddavenport)

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Posted on Monday, April 30, 2001 - 10:08 pm:   

Jeff,


Mine is one of the newer 9.1's, so what is in my mast may not be what's in yours, but here goes: The spreader strut is removeable with firm gentle taps with a modest sized wooden mallet (or a hammer muffled through a chunk of 2x4).

The guy you need to talk to is Mike Feldman at Offshore Spars in Michigan. The last time I called them it was 810-598-4700. They have been helpful and pleasant over the 15 years that I have owned my 9.1 (and never condescending to this female boat owner).

Deborah Davenport

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