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rule 54

Stainless Steel Pulpit Source

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So it seems like most boat mfgs buy their stainless pulpits from another mfg. Any ideas who they buy from? Or any suggestions on a company to buy custom stainless for from?

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Whitewater is local to Port Huron MI, Great work spanning decades and a couple of owners.

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Bought a pulpit and stern pushpit from them two years ago. They were good to work with and made a high quality product.

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Thanks for the info. The price they just quoted me was 1/3 of what a local company quoted a few years ago for a bow pulpit.

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TIQ made a custom bow and stern rail set for our boat. Fit well and have lasted under load of normal use. They were easy to work with as we worked through the design. They even drop shipped it to a marina as we traveled on a vacation. good luck

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