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Transom clamp ht28da

I need a transom clamp for a ht28da

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  • Mo Crocket Nov 26, 2013

    The original clamp has been snapped in half and we don't think it can be salvaged in any way. Just wondered if anyone sells just the clamp as a spare part.



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