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Pair Of Barlow Australia Two-speed Bronze Sailboat Winch on 2040-parts.com

US $275.00
Location:

Williamsburg, Virginia, United States

Williamsburg, Virginia, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Barlow Country/Region of Manufacture:Australia

Two used but excellent condition sailboat winches. Both were just professionally serviced and internal components in pristine condition.  Some surface tarnish on exterior with out impact on functionality (more on one than the other: see close-up photos of heads for detail).

Mounting bracket is a 6-hole pattern.

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