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>> Home > Forum > General Resources > Small scale cleats and bollards
Small scale cleats and bollards
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french47
(Petty Officer)





Forum Posts: 7
5th May 2017 07:45  
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Can anyone tell me please where I might buy some 12mm long Double bollards and 13mm cleats in plastic if possible.
Thanks

lesliebreame
(Captain)





Forum Posts: 1
5th May 2017 07:59  
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Cornwall model boats have a vast range of boating stuff. they may have your size. !! les breame

french47
(Petty Officer)





Forum Posts: 7
5th May 2017 09:14  
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Thanks for the information Lesliebreame, most helpful.

Midlife306
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 142
5th May 2017 20:01  
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Some good stuff here

https://www.engel-modellbau.eu/catalog/index.php?cPath=37_72...

Cheers
Wayne

Westquay
(Captain)





Forum Posts: 180
6th May 2017 22:17  
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I rarely buy anything as I'm tight as a duck's rectum, but I have and do buy from Modellingtimbers. The prices are almost unbelievably low and the quality so high you wonder how it is made these days.
Check him out at :-http://www.modellingtimbers.co.uk/

Martin

Yax
(Chief Petty Officer)





Forum Posts: 2
7th May 2017 06:32  
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Yes I have checked out the website there are some good fittings on there great information for a future build.

Westquay
(Captain)





Forum Posts: 180
8th May 2017 15:39  
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I have just made an order by e-mail and paid by Paypal. His attention is superb. I had to ask if he'd forgotten anything , he was so cheap. Or rather, inexpensive, for his quality is superb. I just found my last order tucked inside the Marblehead, so I'll have doubled up, but what a pleasure to deal with. he used to do special timbers. hence the name, but no longer as his doctor advised against it. What a shame, but understandable. Wood dust can be very dangerous. One reason my cabinet maker granddad always scraped, he never sanded furniture.

So, gentlemen all, Modelling Timbers is my recommendation of the decade!

Martin

Westquay
(Captain)





Forum Posts: 180
9th May 2017 11:52  
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And by today's post I receive a small Jiffy bag full of goodies!! What a service, from the IoM too!

ModellingTimbers:- http://www.modellingtimbers.co.uk/

Everything I asked for, rigging cord to die for, Japanese rigging shears, a scale model galvanised bucket kit with photo-etched detail(!!!) and the most beautiful stanchions. 2 ball for my scale, but no matter, they will look superb on "Vanity" with a bit of cable run through the balls. And the cheapest brass strip I have ever seen (for deck trim, once plated, on classic speedboat models).
I repeat my warning that anything you require, I would get now, as he may run out and several lines will not be repeated, at any price.

Martin