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Old 10-13-2015, 12:35 AM   #1
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I have a friend who need a machine shop to do a small project. Any suggestions or do any of you have the ability to help him out? Here is what he needs.

The transom clamp on his 40 HP merc has a bracket that runs from the left side clamp to the right side half of the clamp. This is the mounting bracket for the trim and tilt pump. This bracket mounts to both the left and right sides of the clamp with three bolts.

Of the six bolts, two came out clean. Three broken off flush and one that was incorrectly drilled out.

So, what he is looking for is a machine shop that can drill out the bolts and rethread the bracket. On the one that was drilled out incorrectly, it will require some aluminum welding, drill and tap.

The bracket is off and can be delivered to whomever can do the work.

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I would be willing to bet Coastal could help him out. But would call first, as I have only ever taken engine parts to them
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Bay tool over on Winthrop avenue. Call early and talk to Van 850 456 3565. For welding call Bobby at 850 457 1411 he is close to bay tool on 300 gulf beach Hwy.
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I would be willing to bet Coastal could help him out. But would call first, as I have only ever taken engine parts to them
what's the rate per hour and their minimum?
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I take my stuff to Coastal anytime I need machine work done. They have always treated me right.
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Not sure on there per hr Bnb. I had new valves and springs and seats put in 2 atv heads, cleaned and coated inside, cost about $80. I was extremely happy.

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