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Sailing Hardware & Gear by Morse Industries

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Stainless Steel Tube, 7/8" and 1" Diameter, Sold by the Foot

Stainless Steel Tube, 7/8" and 1" Diameter, Sold by the Foot

Mfr. Morse Industries

Stainless Steel Tube, 7/8" and 1" diameter with 0.065" thick walls sold by the foot. S14 Series Stainless Steel Round Tubing is used for a variety of applications on boats...
$5.39 - $7.33

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Minn Kota, Riptide SP Power Drive Saltwater Bow Mount Electric Steer w/ Wireless Remote & I-Pilot

Minn Kota, Riptide SP Power Drive Saltwater Bow Mount Electric Steer w/ Wireless Remote & I-Pilot

Mfr. Morse Industries | Mfr No. 1363553

Minn Kota, Riptide SP Power Drive Saltwater Bow Mount Electric Steer w/ Wireless Remote & I-Pilot. Deploy-assist lever puts you in motion quickly and easily...
$1,112.42


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Stainless Steel Tube, Sold in Lengths, .065 Wall Thickness

Stainless Steel Tube, Sold in Lengths, .065 Wall Thickness

Mfr. Morse Industries

Stainless Steel Tube, Sold in Lengths, .065 Wall Thickness. Good for a multitude of uses & applications including: grab rails, bow rails, canvas top frames & more...
$5.50 - $164.60

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Question
Building or buying a stern pulpit

I am looking for a stern pulip for my 1981 Hunter 22. any clue as to were I could get one. I prefer new but would take a used one if need be.

Answer

You can fabricate yours with Rail Fittings, Stainless Steel Tube or Stantions. For a smaller boat, it can be cost prohibitive to buy a new stern pulpit - but building it is affordable.

For used, that will be a challange. Most people want to hang onto their stern pulpit. Check your local boat yards.

Submitted by: jpfister

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Rigging the Jib Sheet for a 1970's Johnson Sailboat

I just purchased my first sail boat. A Johnson x class sailboat from the 1970s. I’m not sure how the rigging for the jib sheet is supposed to go, but I was thinking of using some kind of pulley and cleat on a track. Something similar to what is shown in a book (this is sailing). They use a sunfish for an example boat in the book. Is this a good idea to use. Or can I get help (pictures) how the rigging originally was on the Johnson boat.

Submitted by: Mike
Answer

OK - I will try to address all that could possibly be what you are reffering to, working from forward, aft;

The Jib Sheet attaches to the clew of the sail. The sheets typically run down both sides of the cabin, aft, to a pulley (block) on a track. The jib sheet then wraps on the winch (bigger boat) or just a cleat (small boat).

If you do not have a track, a track and car / block system can be purchased.


Question
Do you have RWO halyard jammers?

I am looking for RWO p# R8160 halyard jammers. I am in need of 4. Anyone know where I may purchase them?

Answer

I don’t know for sure, but I believe these halyard jammers have been discontinued. You might try calling some of the older chandleries and checking their stock.

Submitted by: richard

 
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