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Hand Bearing Compass, Northern Hemisphere Only

Hand Bearing Compass, Northern Hemisphere Only

Mfr. Davis Instruments

Choice of Standard or Illuminated Models. These precision marine hand bearing compasses allow you to easily obtain quick magnetic bearings on sho
$36.79 - $44.88

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Davis Instruments, Wind Speed Indicator, Wind Wizard

Davis Instruments, Wind Speed Indicator, Wind Wizard

Mfr. Davis Instruments | Mfr No. 281

Davis Instruments, Wind Speed Indicator, Wind Wizard. Reads wind speed in miles/hour, meters/second and Beaufort...
$55.99


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Davis Instruments, Wind Vane Indicator, Masthead, Windex

Davis Instruments, Wind Vane Indicator, Masthead, Windex

Mfr. Davis Instruments

Davis Instruments, Wind Vane Indicator, Masthead, Windex. For masthead installation from the top...
Sale Price From $29.99

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Davis Instruments, Wind Direction Indicator, Small Boat, Black Max

Davis Instruments, Wind Direction Indicator, Small Boat, Black Max

Mfr. Davis Instruments | Mfr No. 1295

Davis Instruments, Wind Direction Indicator, Small Boat, Black Max. Attaches quickly to mast or boom of small boats such as Lasers and Sunfish...
$35.99
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Spar-Fly  Wind Indicator

Spar-Fly Wind Indicator

Mfr. Davis Instruments

Combines needle bearing balance, high impact plastic and marine grade metals for excellent sensitivity and durability. Spoiler holes in the vane reduce lift and inc...
$9.63 - $24.99

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Windex AV - 15" Antenna Mount Wind Vane

Windex AV - 15" Antenna Mount Wind Vane

Mfr. Davis Instruments | Mfr No. 3160

Installs to any Shakespear, Metz or other brand whip antenna. Comes with low-friction Teflon...
$37.99
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Wind-Tels

Wind-Tels

Mfr. Davis Instruments | Mfr No. 1260

Made of stainless steel and marine grade metal parts - great for saltwater. Port and starboard colored plastic vanes.Unique attachment prevents sliding...
$31.99
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Davis Instruments, Wind Indicator, Masthead Light, Windex

Davis Instruments, Wind Indicator, Masthead Light, Windex

Mfr. Davis Instruments | Mfr No. 3200

Davis Instruments, Wind Indicator, Masthead Light, Windex. Masthead light for use with Windex wind indicators, perfect for night sailing...
$25.99
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Sail Track Stops

Sail Track Stops

Mfr. Davis Instruments

Hold your sail and its slides in place on the mast and boom when lowering your sail. Large knurled wheels are easily released. Made of heavy-duty, black an...
$11.19 - $11.32

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Davis Instruments, Universal Masthead Mount

Davis Instruments, Universal Masthead Mount

Mfr. Davis Instruments | Mfr No. 1705

Davis Instruments, Universal Masthead Mount. Improve mounting position of wind finders for better visibility...
$26.99
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Outboard Extension Handle-Universal

Outboard Extension Handle-Universal

Mfr. Davis Instruments | Mfr No. 1440

Fits virtually all twist-grip outboard motors. Handi-Mate® extends handle from 30" to 47" (.76 to 1.19 m
$42.20


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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

Question
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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