Specifications Weight: 23.00 g Dimension: c-c 35 BRL: 1400 kg SWL: 700 kg Max line size: 10 Mounting: 2xM6
Specifications Weight: 14.00 g Safe working load: 0 kg Size: 38
Specifications Weight: 169.00 g Width: 58 mm Height: 72 mm
Commentary Lightness and resistance (made of composite) Optimized design for operations (release and holding operations) Can be fitted on Wichard blocks (cam model) and on cam cleats Material Composite
With over 25 years of experience in manufacturing carbon masts, our main objective has been to achieve the best performance masts available in style. On average Pauger Carbon Rigs are 40-50% lighter than their aluminium equvivalent. Our ...
FAIRLEAD is a deck-eye made of a white or black UV stable low-friction plastic fitting all lines up to 12 mm.
Overall diameter: 38mm Hole centre to hole centre: 19mm
Black Nylon Fairlead SKU: 25.30 Size relates to dimension 'A', hole diameter. Category: Fairleads Size: 9.6mm RRP: £5.64 Variation Details: Dimension 'A': 9.6mm Dimension 'B': 22mm Dimension 'C': 3mm
TRI-ROLLER CAR Aluminium cast body with moulded sliders that fits this sliding car to recirculating track. Also suitable to retro fit on other manufacturers tracks.
Harken Bolt-Down Fairleads are used on boats 615 m (2050 ft) as shallow-angle line deflectors. These weight-saving fairleads are built of 6061-T6 Hard Lube-anodized aluminum for durability. Smooth surfaces ...
Low profile control line guides For guiding lines between two fixed points with little horizontal or vertical deflection Guides extra lines to the cockpit cleats and clutches when no organiser sheaves are available Double ...
360° rotatable conductive fairlead on a base plate with two boreholes. Further advantages at a glance: »Made in Germany« - manufactured in our own factory in Iserlohn, North Rhine-Westphalia constant quality ...
Allen Cam Cleats have had over 50 years of meticulous R&D to perfect their design. Available in either Alloy or Allenite* the jaw profile optimises rope entry and exit for smooth cleating and un-cleating, whilst double coil springs and ...
Description:Fairlead Medium Top Red Category:Cleats Subcategory:Camcleats Type:Fairlead Top for R3640 & R3660R
Gennaker or asymmetric Spinnaker furling line easily stored in the sail bag thanks to the new Facnor stainless steel double leads : removable, competitively priced and ideal for endless line installations where the line needs to follow ...
Product Description Chrome Plated Zinc Alloy
Deck eyes (stainless steel) Two stainless steel deck eyes with generous eye capacity.
Billett Aluminum, Hardcoat Anodized with Teflon Impregnation. Available in Black.Billett Aluminum, Hardcoat Anodized with Teflon Impregnation. Available in Black. Weight: 96g 0.21lbs
The heavy duty Fairlead is designed to outlast and outperform inferior nylon versions. It is made from grade 316 stainless steel for maximum corrosion resistance and durability, making it ideal for marine applications ...
... Molded Nylon With Stainless Insert The 082615 Sea-Dog Fairlead is designed with a molded-in recess in the base. This traps the sealant in place providing a more water tight fit. This fairlead has a ...
number of holes: 1Ø hole: 12mmmax Ø line: 10mma: 37mmb: 12mmmodel: organiserweight: 30gDescription: organiser/fairlead/single
... shorter tether and shorter fall. Mount this new billet 316 stainless fairlead to a shroud 5 or 6 feet above the deck. Run a 3/8” diameter low stretch line from a stern cleat through the fairlead (1/2” ...
DECK EYE Manufactured in black plastic material. It is a cable guide.
Description Stainless steel hinged jaw slide fitting is ideal for mounting on handrails, or in applications where it is not possible to slide the fitting on. Available to fit 7/8" and 1'' outer diameter tubing. Has a set screw for a secure hold.
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How to choose this product
A fairlead is a fitting which directs lines so as to avoid sharp angles and friction that might hinder smooth movement.
Sailboats have numerous fairleads to prevent the many lines running from stem to stern from fouling or rubbing. They are found along the path of furling gear lines and lifelines, on the coachroof for running rigging passing through line clutches and along booms for the various stoppers. They sometimes play the role of a block on dinghies and for lines under only modest tension.
These fittings may be simple rings or have a more complex configuration. Some are elevated, as with rotating towers for dinghy mainsail sheets. They also can be paired with a cam cleat. Most are of plastic, though sturdier models made of stainless steel are used where line tension is greater.
How to choose
Choice is sometimes complicated. Line trajectory and height above the deck or off the boom must be determined carefully for proper alignment with the winch, cleat or jam cleat that will hold the line. Diameter of the line is another important factor.