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Old 24-02-2020, 12:29   #1
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Selden boom outhaul car track

My outhaul car block broke and I donít know if the plastic at the end of the track is supposed to look like the picture, or if it was damaged when the block broke. The pulley at end of the boom moves freely and the plastic at the end of the track keeps the car from sliding back too far. Any insight appreciated. Click image for larger version

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Re: Selden boom outhaul car track

I have a Selden boom on my boat and there is no plastic piece there and I don't see it in the diagram
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It doesnít look like it belongs there.
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Re: Selden boom outhaul car track

Ours has a widget inside the boom which currently isn't used, but it means taking one or perhaps both ends off to fish it out. I have chosen to ignore the problem for now as we don't need two lifting halyards.

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I removed the deformed plastic piece shown in the original photos , included as these 2 additional photos. Looks like a stopper in the track to cushion the outhaul car, but I canít find it in any diagrams. Has anyone seen this part?
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Could it be part of the doughnut B9 in the diagram ?
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Could it be part of the doughnut B9 in the diagram ?
Not the donut, I have that.
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