Holds a 3/8" max line. 30mm in length and 15mm wide. Made of thick durable plastic. Ribbed bottom to fit tightly into the thistle rail. Opening curves outward allowing room for shroud. White. Single bushel only.
This is a dead-end mount for a Thistle vang. It is machined from HDPE (high density polyethylene) and mounts inside at the bow. There are milled cavities for the stainless eye strap nuts so that the bottom is flat.
High-strength Permatex threadlocker is used on the nuts, and the four counter-sunk holes are sunk deep to ensure ease of use.
Anodized 6063-T6 series clear anodized aluminum
tubing. Sold in standard lengths. Outside diameter is 1-1/2” and wall thickness is .065” with a length of 7’2” (long enough for two tillers). Most Thistle tillers are approximately 56" long.
Ask us to cut your tube down to avoid oversized shipping charges. (Sorry, but this is the shortest tube length available) Plastic tiller cap and tiller extension universal saddle for 1-1/4 - 1/12” tubing available too.
Andersen automatic bailers are made of
stainless-steel, guaranteeing you many years of trouble free service. The
ingenious design of the Andersen bailer results in maximum suction capacity and
makes them very easy to use. You simply open the windward bailer after tacking
and close it again before the next track. The result is a dry dinghy. Should
you need a different sized bailer, we stock the full range of Andersen bailers.
Kits for the Super Max contain the External mounting rubber
gaskets, internal rubber gaskets and rivets for reassembly. Bailer girds are
available and keep lines from getting
sucked into the bailer. Grids are not included as part of the Service Kits.
A unique, hard-to-find, pivoting cleat that allows the line to run freely until it is pulled out of alignment. Frequently used for spinnaker halyard pump-up systems. The halyard exits the mast, goes through a cam cleat and usually a fairlead. Then there is some space before the halyard runs through the pump cleat. On the line in this space there is a trap handle on a block, which you hold to pump. The tail of the halyard then continues through a fairlead or cheek block and is taken up by shock cord. As you pump the handle, the pump-cleat goes out of alignment holding the tail and causing the halyard to take up through the cam cleat. As you lower the handle, the pump cleat aligns again allowing the shock cord to take up the tail through the pump cleat, readying the system for another pump if needed.
Ronstan makes these hooks out of grade 304 stainless steel with neoprene rubber gates. The RF91 features a 1/4 inch bolt through attachment. Include two stainless steel self-tapping screws. RF17031 is the replacement rubber gate.
Mounts on vertical surfaces. Line feeds up through tube and over a sheave to swiveling cleat base. Cleat mounting holes are 38 mm (1 1/2") apart on centers which fits Harken and Ronstan medium cam cleats. Mounting holes for the unit itself are in a rectangle 19mm (3/4") x 38 mm (1 1/2"), based on centers, and uses 5 mm (3/16") fasteners.
The rebuild kit comes with everything you need to make your tired old swivel as good as new for a fraction of the cost. Replacement parts are also sold separately.
This is the big daddy of compasses. To attach it, remove the bezel and mount in a JCD compass ring. Features improved readability with a 5-1/4 inch card with really large, highly visible numbers. Cards are horizontally read and slightly dished for improved readability. Spring-mounted directional system for maximum absorption of shock and vibration. Accurate up to 45° of heel.
Available with a black housing with either a red card or a black card.