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Boat Salvage yards? Need a part.... HELP

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Here's the dilema

My '83 Crestliner has lost one of it's end caps. You know, the part that goes over where the transom, gunwale, and side all come together? The things that keep water from getting in on that back corner? Yeah, that...

WHERE DO I FIND THEM??? I've tried Crestliner, different dealers, marine repair shops, and I can't seem to find anyplace that has pieces like that for an older boat.

HELP!!!!!

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I'll have to call him. I'm not seeing the part on his website. Which is why I asked for other places that fellow FM'ers might know of.

Thanks

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All I can think of is Twin City Outboard. I know it's mostly a motor place, but it might be worth a shot or maybe they can steer you in the right direction.

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I second Twin City OB. If they do not know, they can steering you in the right direction smile.gif

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You simply can't go wrong by dealing with Valv. Here's a link: kvesurplus.com 1DIRTBALL wink.gif

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you can try s&m salvage in oronoco

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