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Old 08-12-2017, 05:05 PM   #1
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Cleaning out the boathouse. Ideal model CWM windlass, 12 volt, all bronze, powder coated cover. Includes chain guide. First $750.00 takes it. Located in Bellingham, WA.

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Bob: Any idea what size chain it's set for?
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The gypsy is not marked but I believe it's 5/16.
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I'm thinking on this one . Right now I have to take a nitroglycerin pill before I start hand cranking my SL 555 .
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Ideal are fairly basic but bulletproof. My ACW is 30 yo but parts are still available, even since buy-out by Schaefer Marine late last year. Of course a number of items, like bearings, are standard sizes available locally as well.
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Bob: Any idea what size chain it's set for?
The wildcats are changeable. Ideal has them from 1/4 to 1/2". Own 2 of their windlasses. Top quality and near bullet proof.

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These are great units .

For folks that USE anchors they are about the best that can be found.

The cast aluminum crap with tiny Italian DC motors do look prettier on deck , between replacements.
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