Compact and lightweight fairleads for the deflection of sheets, halyards and control lines. RopeGlide™ Fairleads feature elliptical hole design, providing high tolerance for rope alignment variation and ...
Weight: 23.00 g Hole Spacing c-c: 35 mm Breaking Load: 1400 kg Safe working Load: 700 kg Max line size: 10 Fasteners: 2xM6 screws Length: 50.00 Width: 15.00 Height: 25.00
Weight: 2.00 g Length: 25 Width: 10 Height: 14 MaxLineSize: 5 mm Hole Spacing C-C: 15 mm Fasteners: 2x M3 screws
FAIRLEAD DOUBLE, STANCHION ø25/30 Weight: 169.00 g Width: 58 mm Height: 72 mm
POM Saddles - Fastener spacing 52 mm 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 Height: 22,5 mm Spacing: ...
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 ...
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 ...
RECIRCULATING GENOA CARS 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.
Your advantages: • traveller: aluminum hard coated • ball bearing traveller: aluminum hard coated • balls: Torlon (extremely resistant) • end caps: high quality plastic • metal parts: stainless steel • with parking track
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 ...
A.282A Fairleads Open Base Fairlead Aluminium Our fairleads come in a variety of styles (both stainless steel lined and unlined) to suit your rope leading needs. Suitable for dinghies ...
Aluminium bronze fairlead, with straight opening with nice rounded edges for universal use. Finish is high polished. Length: 260 mm Width: 50 mm Height: 63 mm
Aluminium bronze fairlead, for universal use. Finish is high polished Length: 260 mm Width: 50 mm Height: 63 mm
SC334 – TOP-MOUNT Stainless steel top fairlead for Servo cleat SC330 (large) SKU: SC334
Billett Aluminum, Hardcoat Anodized with Teflon Impregnation. Available in Black.Billett Aluminum, Hardcoat Anodized with Teflon Impregnation. Available in Black. Weight: 96g 0.21lbs
LOOP® FAIRLEADS Made of high grade alloy the new KOHLHOFF LOOP® Fairleads are made for spinnaker guy or Jib sheet deflectors. They help avoid overruns on winches if mounted at the right position closed ...
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 ...
FAIRLEAD is a deck-eye made of a white or black UV stable low-friction plastic fitting all lines up to 12 mm.
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A sailboat fairlead is a fitting that guides lines through moderate direction changes. It also can be used to keep lines at a set distance from the deck or boom to minimize friction, decreasing wear and chafing.Applications
Such fittings are useful in numerous locations around the vessel. They can guide sheets, reefing and furling lines, as well as those for traveler car adjustments.Technologies
These fittings can consist of a simple plastic eye, sometimes lined with a polished stainless steel band. Others take the form of a small tube bent so as to create a guide. They can also take the form of a simple fitting screwed to the top of a jam cleat for easy access to the end of the line.How to choose
Choice will depend on the fairlead's purpose and the diameter of the line. Fairleads can replace blocks only where the load is light, for example on a sailing dinghy. Sharp angles and heavier loads require use of a block.
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