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Hye Large Sailboat Tufnol & Stainless Double Sheeve Swivle Block W/cleat Cleat on 2040-parts.com

US $140.00
Location:

Alexandria, Virginia, United States

Alexandria, Virginia, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Holland Yacht Equipment Manufacturer Part Number:1134-216

HYE tufnol block

Two-sheave Tufnol block with swivel and integrated cam cleat.
Equal-size sheaves, so that, in contrast to a fiddle block, it will also work for stiffer rope types.

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HYE tufnol block

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