In need of a stanchion base for a 1972 Commander. Bought these before, but lost the link to manufacturer of replacement. Please advise if you recall who makes these.

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Dan - I may be able to help you out.  Any chance you have a pic so I can confirm what I have is right?

I have some too, picked them up for my boat but then found out these come in two sizes, small ones are on my boat, big ones (1 inch tubes) for the bigger boats. The ones I have are the bigger size and are not in great shape (solid but not shiny). Trouble is, replating costs more than they're worth.

Matt Cowles said:

Dan - I may be able to help you out.  Any chance you have a pic so I can confirm what I have is right?

I'll take a Pic tomorrow

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