|22nd September 2011, 02:08 AM||#1|
I bought a used Starboard GO 200. I belive it is about a 6-7yr old model. I lost the slider nut that inserts into the board to attach the mast as it slides back and forth in the groove. How can I replace this nut? Thank you!
|22nd September 2011, 07:28 AM||#2|
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The GO 200 does use a brass T-Nut due to the added thickness of the EVA deck.
Any Starboard dealer should have some in stock to sell you.
If you don't have a local dealer, try the Starboard Distributor for your country or area.
If you don't find a Brass T-Nut at the above sources, send an email to Starboard HQ
in Thailand and they can most likely sell/send you a new nut.
Probably smart to get 2 of them as then you will have a spare.
Let me know if you are in the USA, I may be able to find a way to send you one.
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