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Harken Cheek Block For Up To 3/8 Line Spins Freely Ready To Use on 2040-parts.com

US $5.75
Location:

Palmetto, Florida, United States

Palmetto, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Harken Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Harken cheek block is for line up to 3/8 " It is free spinning and smooth. It came from a wooden boat being refitted to race. They just wanted all new hardware . From a smoke and pet free home. I will combine shipping. I will discount on multiple items. I will ship to most countries IF you email me first.  Please ask any questions before bidding. Call me if you want 941-840-7060.

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