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Old 22-04-2015, 22:41   #1
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Double cup

Hi everyone!
The upper shrouds on my boat are 7mm but curiously the stemball head is 26mm diameter and go with a 34mm ext diameter cup.
I wasn't able to find any swage fitting like this!

Seems that the stemball for the 7mm is 21mm head diameter (26mm cup) and the stemball I should install is for the 8mm wire.
Should I go one size up and install a 8mm wire with the correct head or is possible to put two cup on the same wire as somebody suggested me??
The normal cup for the 7mm wire head + a bigger cup that will fit on the Isomat must head.
Or is it just possible to find somewhere the correct swage fitting??
Thank you

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Old 24-04-2015, 03:26   #2
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Re: Double cup

Hi Roberto. I believe KZ Marine, who sell terminals under the name SeaRig, have 2 models for 7mm wire: 20mm and 28mm head diameters. They used to, anyway.
They are in New Zealand. Hope this helps. David
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