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Vintage Hye, Holland Double Sheave Block Sailboat Tufnol & Stainless on 2040-parts.com

US $10.95
Location:

Hobe Sound, Florida, United States

Hobe Sound, Florida, United States
EXCELLENT CONDITION
Brand:HYE HOLLAND

Vintage Hye, Holland sailboat double sheave, Tufnol and stainless
with becket. Measures approx. 5" total length, width 1.5". Blocks 
measures approx. 3 3/4" & 2 5/8",  2 sheaves measure approx. 1 3/8".      
Sheaves spin freely.  Max line size 3/8". Total weight approx 4.5 oz.
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