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Current Options for New Build Hydrostreams

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Re: Current Options for New Build Hydrostreams

Post: # 26154Post Joker Jake »

I drove by the Brechin shop Thursday morning.
Gate locked. No activity. About 20 boats under tarps. Glad my boat isn't one of them.
Doesn't look good.

Thankfully, people like T Nelson have shown us the way. You can do it yourself.
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Re: Current Options for New Build Hydrostreams

Post: # 26156Post Hippie459MN »

@AdamDK would know more whats up. Maybe he will chime in.
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Re: Current Options for New Build Hydrostreams

Post: # 26172Post AdamDK »

John Spaeth is borderline retired. Not sure if his son Chris will be taking over. AFAIK visits to the shop is by appointment only, but with no email or phone number, you cant make an appointment in the first place. You just gotta be lucky and show up when someone's there.
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