Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

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

US $202.00
Location:

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



WE COMBINE SHIPPING


CONTACT

9542352674


NAUTOS-USA.COM





Thank you for your order with NautosUsa! While we strive to make every order perfect, we know sometimes that is not the case. If there are any concerns please contact us at 954 235 2674.

Do not use Nautos equipment for human suspension. Ask for specific needs.

MINI JCW Countryman – this is the ‘Unexpected’ +video

Mon, 26 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700

MINI JCW Countryman - the man on the roof flies! We had a marketing video for the MINI John Cooper Works Countryman recently telling us to expect the unexpected. This video is the unexpected.

All-new MINI dashboard goes mainstream (spy photo)

Sat, 30 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The all-new MINI – the third generation of the new MINI – is due later in 2013 and will be getting a more mainstream dashboard. Whatever you may think of the ‘new’ MINI – the one BMW make – it’s been a huge success. And it’s been a huge success because it’s managed to evoke the spirit of the original Issigonis Mini without being a pastiche.

New Jaguar XJR will see the end of the XJ SuperSport

Thu, 28 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The launch of the new 2013 Jaguar XJR at the New York Auto Show this week heralds the end of the line for Jaguar’s other Supercharged V8 XJ – the SuperSport. With a much more fulsome 542bhp, some very ‘Jaguar’ go-faster bits, some proper fettling to make the steering, gearbox and suspension focus more on the drive without making a mess of the ride and altogether more dynamism in prospect than the SuperSport, we’d assumed Jaguar were making the XJR the performance pinnacle of the XJ range and leaving the SuperSport in place as the ‘luxury’ alternative. With that thought in mind we’d expected to see Jaguar push the price of the new XJR up towards the XJ Ultimate (which costs £121,000), so count us gobsmacked when Jaguar revealed the new XJR will cost from £92,335 – just £500 more than the SuperSport.