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Barton Marine Swivel, Becket & Cam Cleat Blocks

Barton Marine Swivel, Becket & Cam Cleat Blocks

Description

The Barton Marine Swivel, Becket & Cam Cleat Blocks are useful for mainsheet, vang tacklers or downhauls on dinghies, dayboats or light cruising yachts.

Features

  • Fitted with Kevlar "K" cams
  • Cam arms are fully adjustable by moving the locking clevis pin to achieve the correct cleating angle
  • Comprehensive range of multiple sheave options
List Price
$79.97
Your Price
$68.11
In Stock

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Details

Swivel

Fully swivelling head with removable shackle.

Becket

A clevis forming part of one end of a sheave

Cam cleat blocks

Fitted with Kevlar "K" cams (unless otherwise stated). Cam arms are fully adjustable by moving the locking clevis pin to achieve the correct cleating angle. Used in conjunction with the relevant top block, this range of blocks is particularly useful for mainsheet, vang tackles or downhauls on dinghies, dayboats or light cruising yachts

A strong, lightweight range of blocks for use on dinghies and dayboats or as lead blocks on larger boats.
A comprehensive range of multiple sheave options, together with fiddles and cam cleat blocks, allow powerful, lightweight tackles to be achieved

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:155mm(6.10")
  • Sheave Size:
  • Single: 35mm x 12mm (1-⅜" x 1532")
  • Fiddle: 30/45mm x 12mm (1-316" /1-¾ x 1532")
  • SWL: 370kg (815lbs)
  • Max Rope Diameter: 8mm (516")
  • Break Load:740kg (1,630lbs)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Barton Marine Swivel, Becket & Cam Cleat Blocks 02 631 Swivel, becket and clam cleat block, size 2, fiddle
$68.11
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Barton Marine Swivel, Becket & Cam Cleat Blocks 03 631 Swivel, becket and clam cleat block, size 3, fiddle
$81.15
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Barton Marine Swivel, Becket & Cam Cleat Blocks 04 631 Swivel, becket and clam cleat block, size 4, fiddle
$99.28
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Barton Marine Swivel, Becket & Cam Cleat Blocks 05 631 Swivel, becket and clam cleat block, size 5, fiddle
$115.69
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