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Nautos 92083-30 | Mainsheet System Blocks – Ultralight on 2040-parts.com

US $202.00
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:NAUTOS Manufacturer Part Number:92083-30 Part Type:Sailing Hardware & Gear

92083-30 – 6:1 MAINSHEET SYSTEM BLOCKS – ULTRALIGHT



  • 1 triple ratchet 57 mm sheave with cam cleat and aluminum central sheave
  • 1 triple 57 mm block – fix or swivel


FACTORY WARRANTY


WORKING LOAD  990 LBS

BREAKING LOAD 1400 LBS

ROPE UP TO 1/2"'  12   MM 

SHEAVE DIAMETER 57 MM



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