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Barton Marine Single Stanchion Lead Blocks

Barton Marine Single Stanchion Lead Blocks

Description

The Barton Marine Stanchion Lead Blocks have a swivelling action with up and down movement to allow for a fair lead on control lines.

Features

  • Strong, lightweight range of blocks for use on dinghies and dayboats or as lead blocks on larger boats
  • Comprehensive range of multiple sheave options
  • Allow powerful, lightweight tackles to be achieved
List Price
$33.94
Your Price
$30.09
In Stock

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Details

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.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Barton Marine Single Stanchion Lead Blocks 02 190 Stanchion lead block, size 2
$30.09
In Stock
Barton Marine Single Stanchion Lead Blocks 03 190 Single stanchion lead block, size 3
$33.29
In Stock
Barton Marine Single Stanchion Lead Blocks 04 190 Single stanchion lead block, size 4
$46.35
In Stock

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