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Harken 2681 Carbo Ratchamatic Block W/becket 75mm New on 2040-parts.com

US $69.99
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Crestview, Florida, United States

Crestview, Florida, United States
Harken 2681 Carbo Ratchamatic Block w/Becket 75mm new, US $69.99, image 1
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:2681 Brand:harken UPC:097653143727

The Carbo Ratchamatic is a load-sensing ratchet block that rolls freely in both directions under low loads and automatically engages the ratchet as loads increase. Shifting between ratchet and light air modes is seamless. Unloaded main and jib sheets run out freely during mark roundings and asymmetrical spinnakers free instantly during jibes. Ratchet engagements may be adjusted to higher or lower load according to strength and sailing style. The Ratchamatic cheek blocks mounts on either port or starboard. Holding power of the 75mm is up to 15:1.

Sheave dia. (in): 2 15/16
Sheave dia. (mm): 75
Length (in): 6 1/2
Length (mm): 165
Weight (oz): 9.0
Weight (g): 255
Max. line dia. (in): 7/16
Max. line dia. (mm): 12
Shackle pin dia. (in): 1/4
Shackle pin dia. (mm): 6
SWL (lb): 750
SWL (kg): 341
Breaking strength (lb): 3000
Breaking strength (kg): 1361
Holding power w/180 degree wrap 50 lb (23 kg): 15:1

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