Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Chain Stopper, Windline Marine, Cs-1, Stainless Steel on 2040-parts.com

Location:

San Pedro, California, United States

San Pedro, California, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Manufacturer Part Number:CS-1 Brand:Windline Marine

Stainless steel chain stopper, sized to fit within most bow roller channels, removable pin and pawl.
Fits 1/4" to 3/8" chain, 5000 lbs. work load
New, old stock


Kelly Marine is committed to your satisfaction as a customer.
If there are any questions or problems with your purchase, please contact us BEFORE leaving any feedback,
and we will make every effort to resolve any issues you may have.
310-548-5348


Nissan Note Boat makes a splash (video)

Fri, 25 Oct 2013

Nissan Note Boat makes splash Before you get carried away the the thought that Nissan has somehow turned out a new Note that can turn itself in to a boat, they haven’t. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Instead, Nissan’s PR has decided to bolt the new Note to a floating platform to demonstrate the versatility and some of the technology of the new Note. Nissan went of to Eton Dornay Lake – scene of some of our remarkable rowing feats in the 2012 Olympics – with a modified Note with a sliding single stroke seat for a rower to allow the Note – with its wide opening doors – to accommodate an oar poking out of each side.

De Macross GT1 (2011) first official pictures

Fri, 27 Aug 2010

These are the first pictures and details of a new supercar from fledgling Canadian company De Macross Motors Corp (DMMC), which was set up in 2009. It's called the GT1, and CAR has been given the lowdown on this new supercar. The car you see here is a 25% scale model of the De Macross GT1, which is being developed in conjunction with component manufacturer Multimatic.

Cars aren’t to blame for Global Warming – it’s down to fat people!

Tue, 21 Apr 2009

Being fat creates an extra tonne of Co2 emissions a year Much as I’m prone to warn against blindly believing the ‘Cars are destroying the Planet’ mantra we hear every day, it’s not me laying the blame at the feet of our chubby readers. The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicines has made the claim, for a variety of reasons, explained by Dr Phil Edwards who said “Walking around in a heavy body is like driving a gas guzzler”. But of course, that needs a little extra explanation to put it in to context.