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Re: Arco #6 winches

This was the reply I got from them. I was the fellow looking for the parts.
I am Ray Kowerchuk and I used to live south of Spruce Grove but for the last
10 years have lived in Estevan,Sk., I do most of my sailing at Lake Winnipeg
and some at Lake Deifenbaker. Name of my SJ23 is April Fool
Unfortunately the old ratchet pawls & 'wrap-around' springs are no longer
available. However, they can be replaced by the present production ratchet
pawls & springs. BTW, these are identical to the ones used for Barlow &
Barient winches.

The Ratchet Pawls & Springs are available in sets, consisting of 4 x
ratchet pawls + 8 x springs @ US$24.00 per set.
Each of your winches requires 1 set and you will have 4 springs to spare as
emergency supply.

Since you are using our winches, we are glad to be able to offer a 20%
discount on the ratchet pawls & springs

Your price per set of 4 ratchet pawls + 8 springs, part #01-400, is US$19.00

If you would like to order, please allow approximately $16.00 for freight
(Insured AirMail)

* Delivery (mailing date): to be advised

* To order: Just fax or Email your requirements
* Terms:    Payment with your order
* Payment:  We accept Credit Cards, Bank Cheque or fund transfers.

Hope this is of some help and take care.
Best regards -Bruno

4-11 Stoddart Rd
Prospect   NSW   2149   Australia
Phone: +61 2 9688 1570    Fax: +61 2 9636 1676
Email: winches@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ralph Fuchs" <rfuchs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "San Juan 23 Mail List" <sanjuan23@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2001 9:38 PM

> As a new member of the mail list I thought I should introduce myself.
> I'm a relatively new San Juan 23 owner, having bought a used one (sail #
> 458) almost exactly a year ago.  I keep my boat at the Wabum Marina on
> Lake Wabamun, near Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  When I bought her, she
> was called "ZEPHYR" but I've since re-named her as "SAUCY SALLY",
> carefully following Vigor's Interdenominational Boat Naming Ceremony,
> especially the part about the bubbly.
> Up until I bought my San Juan 23 I was primarily a dinghy sailor but
> have done some cruising on the British Columbia coast with charter
> boats.  I've never done any racing and am strictly a cruising sailor.
> I've been following with some interest the discussion about the ARCO
> winches.  I found a web page for ARCO in Australia
> (  I sent them an e-mail and they replied
> that they do have parts for the winches and would ship them to me if I
> desired.  I didn't inquire about the cost however.  They also sent me
> cross-sectional drawings of the ARCO 6 and ARCO 8 winches.  I was going
> to service my winches but I think I'll wait until this fall.  That way
> if I lose any parts or mess up the job I'll have all winter to find a
> fix.
> Cheers,
> Ralph Fuchs
> St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
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