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Barton Marine Mast Base Organizer

Barton Marine Mast Base Organizer

Description

The Barton Marine Mast Base Organizer is fitted close to the mast base to accept halyards, reefing lines and topping lift and is designed to work in conjunction with Barton deck organizers, rope clutches and winches, doing away with the need to leave the cockpit when reefing, hoisting, or lowering the mainsail.

Features

  • Four Pairs of Nylon Packing Washers for Tang Blocks
  • Used in Conjunction with Series 1-4 01 to 090 to 09 090 Single Blocks
  • 'Spectro' Anodized Aluminum Base
List Price
$135.40
Your Price
$89.69
In Stock

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Details

It accepts up to four double tang blocks mounted on individual stainless steel swivel posts, but with just three deck fixing points.

  • Length:160mm
  • Width:25mm
  • Height:28mm
  • Weight:166g
  • Safe Working Load:1,540kg
  • Break Load:3,080g
  • Fixing Hole:6mm



Specification comprises:

  • Four stainless steel swivel posts with nylon base washers
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Barton Marine Mast Base Organizer 81 550 Mast Base Organizer
$89.69
In Stock
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Barton Marine Double Tang Block 03 090 Double Tang Block, Size 3
$17.54
In Stock
Barton Marine Size 4 Double Tang Block 04 090 Double Tang Block, Size 4
$25.64
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