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alindquist 02-12-2010 6:25 AM

I'm in need of a boarding ladder for my 232 Cobalt. Dam thing broke off and is at the bottom of the intercoastal waterway. Anyway Cobalt doesn't have the jigs anymore and apparently isn't interested in building me one so I come you all. <BR><a href="http://www.cobaltboats.com/art/broch...obalt_1999.pdf" target="_blank">http://www.cobaltboats.com/art/broch...obalt_1999.pdf</a> <BR>Page 23 show the ladder all folded up. I still have the part that attaches to the swim platform and the first rung, so all I need is a "U" shaped piece with the middle step welded in. I can send out the upper rung to help with the fabrication and could even put together some type of "shop" drawing for you. I'm thinking this is 3/4" round stainless tubing. <BR>Also there was originally plastic steps that through bolted into this (you can kind of make them out in the picture). Anybody have any idea where I could track something like that down? <BR> <BR>Thanks for the help guys.

h20king 02-12-2010 6:39 AM

im in oregon so I cant help but any local fab shop should be able to take care of you

alindquist 02-13-2010 4:48 AM

Thanks Harold, I have a local guy that can do it, but he's the only guy that can do it and I have a feeling that he is going to charge me an arm and a leg to do the job. I could send out the existing piece that I have and a shop drawing of what I need if it's going to save me some money. If anybody wants to take a look let me know, I'll try to put a drawing together this weekend. <BR>Thanks, <BR>BTW - I think it's actually 7/8" or 1" tube. Again I'll verify this in the drawing.

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