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Aaron Norlund

Fred,

I think you're $1000 is a good starting price for the Aries. They seem to go used for about that, even a bit more. So a new one should fetch $1500 or so.

As for the seawater strainer, I'm heading back to the west coast of FL and will be on the boat (all day) tomorrow. I'm going to check on our throughhul size as I would love to switch to a seacock mounted strainer. We're faced with finding a large flat area to mount our "T" stile strainer - surprisingly hard when one wants to be able to get at it from the cabin hatch while keeping it below the water line! A seacock-type would be perfecto!

I'll get back to you in a day or so.

Fair leads,
Aaron N.

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