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Barton Marine Genoa Car Fits

Barton Marine Genoa Car Fits

Description

The Barton Marine Genoa Car Fits are compatible with all makes of 'T' track.

Features

  • Stainless steel plunger stops with positive action
  • Moulded nylon slide inserts ensure free running
  • Large, easy-grip plunger knobs
List Price
$87.29
Your Price
$74.74
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

Features a precision turned Ertalyte sheave, through-bolted for extra strength. The positive action plunger mechanism has an easy-grip knob

A popular range of genoa cars and sliders designed to run on 20mm (¾") 'T' track. All are manufactured from high quality marine grade aluminium with our unique 'Spectro' grey anodised finish for added protection.

This useful range will find a wide variety of applications on larger dinghies, dayboats and light cruiser/racers.

  • 'Spectro' grey anodised finish
  • Heavy-duty genoa car options


Cars and sliders are compatible with all makes of 'T' track. Modified slider inserts available for obscure sizes. Drilled for fastenings and plunger stops. 'Spectro' grey anodised and supplied in metric lengths.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Barton Marine Genoa Car Fits 22 100 Genoa car fits, 3/4" for 'T' track
$74.74
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Barton Marine Genoa Car Fits 25 100 Genoa car fits, 1" for 'T' track
$116.17
In Stock
Barton Marine Towable Genoa Car - Fits 25mm(1") T-Track 25 220 Genoa car fits, 22m (1") 'T' Track
$154.46
In Stock
Barton Marine Genoa Car Fits 32 100 Genoa car fits, 1 1/4" for 'T' track
$170.84
In Stock
Barton Marine Towable Genoa Car - Fits 32mm(1-1/4") T-Track 32 210 Genoa car fits, 32mm (1 1/4") for 'T' Track
$227.13
In Stock
Barton Marine Heavy Duty Genoa Car Fits 32 101 Heavy-duty genoa car fits, 1 1/4" for 'T' track
$279.59
In Stock

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