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Ocean Yacht Wood / Steel Table Stand 25 1/2" X 21" Marine Boat on 2040-parts.com

US $199.95
Location:

Franklin, Wisconsin, United States

Franklin, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:Used Brand:OCEAN YACHT Manufacturer Part Number:N/A UPC:N/A

I am selling an Ocean yacht wood and steel table stand.  It measures roughly 25 1/2" x 21" overall, the bottom base is 21" x 13 1/2", the top piece is 13 1/2" x 13 1/2'.  The wood is 24 7/8" x 5 1/8", the mounting holes on the top are roughly 10" apart from center to center. The mounting holes on the base are roughly 6" apart measured at the center.  It is used and does have some rust and blemishes ( as shown in pictures ) and does come as shown in pictures.  For more information contact a dealer in your area.  ( KW / FLOOR 1 / 9045210 )




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