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Pair Of Brass/bronze/chrome Vintage Foot Blocks 5 1/4" X 2 5/8" Sailboat Pulleys on 2040-parts.com

US $99.95
Location:

Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States

Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States
Items are in working conditions with free moving, heavy, metal sheaves. Blocks were only used on a freshwater boat that was sailed in the Great Lakes. Could be rechromed.
Manufacturer Part Number:0 Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown Brand:Unknown

Used pair of brass/bronze/chrome foot blocks removed from a freshwater sailboat

Items are in working condition

Bases are 5 1/4" x 2 5/8"

Sheaves are 2 1/4" x 1/2"

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