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Wanted mainsheet tackle for 36 cat

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Charly, Dec 23, 2014.

  1. Charly
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    Location: st simons island ga

    Charly Senior Member

    Guys I have built a 36 Kurt Hughes, and just recently stepped the mast and ordered sails. Plans call for a triple block setup for the mainsheet, with the traveler end having a becket and cam cleat. I just installed a big boat track from Harken and will need the ends and a car to fit also. Anyone have anything like this to sell?
  2. woodguy
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    woodguy New Member

    Not exactly what you're asking about but I have the following Schaefer blocks for sale:
    Large, 8" loa, block w/ aluminum cheeks and sheave, SS strap & shackle - $95.00
    Medium, 7" loa, block w/ SS cheeks and alum. sheave w/ becket and shackle - $56
    Small 6" loa block w/SS cheeks and alum sheave - $45
    I also have two SS slides for 1.25" 'T-Track' at $10 each
    Contact me at woodguy43@gmail.com for pics of these and other stuff. Thanks
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