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Old 01-09-2011, 19:50   #1
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I Found 'these' in My Boat - I Have No Idea what They're for . . .

No idea... I have 5 of them..

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Old 01-09-2011, 19:53   #2
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Re: I found these in my boat. I have no Idea what they're for.

I'll take them. Kidding aside, are they pot holders that fit on the fiddles of your stove? One on each side of a pot to hold them secure while underway and the stove is free on it's gimbled mount.
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Re: I found these in my boat. I have no Idea what they're for.

Hard to see from the photo but might be clamps that go on the stove top to hold pots and keep them from falling off in rough seas. Do you have a stove with a little fence around the sides? Will these clamp on it?
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bits for stove so your pans stay on when cooking in seas.
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Re: I Found 'these' in My Boat - I Have No Idea what They're for . . .

Yep, that's what they are.
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Re: I Found 'these' in My Boat - I Have No Idea what They're for . . .

You've never made soup while heeled, eh?
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Re: I Found 'these' in My Boat - I Have No Idea what They're for . . .

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No idea... I have 5 of them..

you bought a boat called a Trojon and you dont know what those are ...they are obviously sex toys..gees some people! Naa...just kidding I think they are a ...a..you know there aa....a..a...hell I dont know what they are...why dont you go on one of those sailing forums and ask someone that would know?
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Old 02-09-2011, 08:43   #8
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Re: I Found 'these' in My Boat - I Have No Idea what They're for . . .

Oh ****, you guys are a trip... The stove does have a slot for a rail, but there's no rail to be found. I'll hold on to these until I can find a proper rail. These will definitely come in handy
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Re: I Found 'these' in My Boat - I Have No Idea what They're for . . .

obstetric clamps for breech/difficult childbirth at sea.......check other lockers for fold up birthing seat....
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Re: I Found 'these' in My Boat - I Have No Idea what They're for . . .

They look like toast racks, You put a slice of bread on them and toast it over the flames on the stove.
Other than that, No idea.
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They look like toast racks, You put a slice of bread on them and toast it over the flames on the stove.
Other than that, No idea.
Maybe they're for the stove
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obstetric clamps for breech/difficult childbirth at sea.......check other lockers for fold up birthing seat....
Also check your boat for unclaimed children while you are at it.
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