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Barton Marine Dinghy Mast Support

Barton Marine Dinghy Mast Support

Description

The Barton Marine Dinghy Mast Support is designed to support the aft end of a dinghy mast when towing.

Features

  • No fastenings required
  • Prevents damage to mast and deck
  • Fully and easily adjustable
List Price
$147.96
Your Price
$120.06
In Stock

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Details

 Simply fits onto standard transom fittings and is instantly ready for use. Fully adjustable for different transom heights and features a removable pintle to accommodate different transom layouts.

The yolk features a soft neoprene pad to protect the mast, shrouds and lines. Generous eyelets in the yolk allow for a securing line to be easily attached. A trailer board can be fitted to the cross plate with 2 x 6mm screws (not supplied).

Features:

  • Easy to fit
  • Increases towing safety
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Barton Marine Dinghy Mast Support 42 300 Dinghy mast support
$120.06
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