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BrianF

Jack Plate **SOLD**

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Hi

I've got a 6" Rite-Hite top adjusting jackplate in great condition. Model 200T-8BL. You can adjust the height of this plate from in the boat and they are very tough. This jack plate has one season on it behind my Ranger (boat wouldn't fit in the new garage w/ the jackplate on!). Retail price new is $295 +$20.14 S&H. I'm hoping to get about half that? I'm located in Eagan. Let me know if interested and I will contact you. I'll be out on vacation next week, but will try to check the board periodically.

BrianF.

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I'm interested if it is a 6" plate. The model number you gave is for the 8" model.

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Brian F if other guy doesnt want it I do let me know here soon as you are back.thanks

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Hi

Still out of town, but checking in. I'm quite sure the jackplate is 6". I may have had the wrong model number, but will check when I get back in town this coming weekend.

Brian

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Hi Guys

Back in town...

I checked the jackplate and it is definitely the 6"er.

Email me at bffcaf@comcast.net if interested.

Brian

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Brian,

If you can give me a call that would be great. I have a couple questions but I am definately interested.

763-370-3959

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Brian F wondering if jack plate is available?

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PT

The Jack Plate was sold.

Thanks for the inquiries.

Brian

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