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Old 19-04-2011, 14:54   #1
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12" 4-Bolt Deck Cleats & Turning Blocks

Very heavy duty Alum cleats off my Swan-43. They are cast hollow so are light in weight yet can handle 1-1/2" lines. 4 available asking $50 ea.

Also have 2 S/S double shive turning blocks (also off the Swan) These are VERY heavy duty on S/S risers. They weigh in @ 7lb. Asking $200 ea.
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