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Barton Marine Single Fixed Eye Block

Barton Marine Single Fixed Eye Block

Description

The Barton Marine Single Fixed Eye Block is designed for ease of use with ball bearing mainsheet traveler systems.

Features

  • Precision moulded Acetal sheave running on a large diameter brass bearing
  • Side plates are through-bolted and riveted for added strength and security
  • Versatile range is designed for use on larger cruising and racing yachts
List Price
$44.40
Your Price
$39.39
In Stock

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Details

This range of high load cruiser blocks are of rugged construction, featuring high quality injection moulded side plates with all loadcarrying components from 316 grade stainless steel. Side plates are through-bolted and riveted for added strength and security. This good looking and versatile range is designed for use on larger cruising and racing yachts. All are designed for ease of use with our ball bearing mainsheet traveller systems.  A comprehensive range of cam cleat, fiddle, and fiddle and cam cleat versions are available

Plain bearing blocks
Barton plain bearing blocks have a precision moulded Acetal sheave running on a large diameter brass bearing, ensuring free running under the highest of loads.

Notable Specifications:
  • Length:107mm (4.21")
  • Sheave Size:
  • Single: 54mm x 17mm (2-⅛" x ⅝")
  • Fiddle: 38/64mm x 17mm (1-½ / 2-½" x ⅝")
  • SWL: 750kg (1,650lbs)
  • Max Rope Diameter: 12mm (716")
  • Break Load: 1,500kg (3,300lbs)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Barton Marine Single Fixed Eye Block 05 110 Single fixed eye block, size 5
$39.39
In Stock

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