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Plate steel...StLMo

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by sparkg, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. sparkg
    Joined: Aug 2005
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    Location: StLMoUSA

    sparkg New Member

    Anyone building a sailboat in the St. Louis Missouri area need a piece of 3/8" plate steel? For a rudder maybe? Will need rust ground off.
    I cut out a piece for my rudder, have this left over...very cheap...$25 for the piece, you pick up - Chesterfield, MO, a burb of STL to the west.
    Email sparkgeissler@gmail.com
    Sizes are all marked on the image...you could get a clean square piece at 58" x 16" - or better if you need an odd shape. Probably at least 100 lbs.
    (I'm keeping the small piece in the front)

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