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Wayne Ek

Hamby's Keel Guard For Sale

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I have a new (in the box) heavy duty Hamby's Keel guard for sale. This is a 6 foot model and the color is white.

Model No. 6WHTHPBB.

Asking $75.00

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I will take it for $50.00

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Will that be long enough on a 19 ft boat, and can you put them on yourself?

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Is shipping included? I'll take it for $60. including shipped.

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I think it will be to expensive to ship. It is in a 7 or 7.5 foot box of heavy cardboard and is about 16" wide.

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It will work on a 19 foot boat. I wouldn't try to put it on myself. I know people who have, but I'm not sure I want to do it.

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Is it the Hamby's beaching bumper or the Hamby's light? If it is a beaching bumper you may want to get it installed at a dealer if it is the light version then installation is no different then the KeelGuard's or KeelShield's you can do it yourself weather permitting.

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ok $65.00 and I will pick it up.

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Cold Water Crappie: It's yours, give me a call or e-mail.

320-886-3008

week@rea-alp.com

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Cold Water Crappie never got back to me so I'm putting the Hambys back on the open market.

If you interested drop me a line.

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Dang it, I just bought one of those yesterday for double your asking price. Mine came rolled up in a plastic package so I'm not sure if I got the same one you are selling, but they are pretty easy to install.

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