Turnbuckle Boots

Published date: September 2, 2011
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

After one mast raising incident involving a bent stay adjuster, I went out and purchased these Davis Instruments Turnbuckle Boots. They keep the stay adjuster straight and aligned when I raise the mast. They lift easily as well to inspect the ring dings as part of the Pre-Underway checklist.
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Turnbuckle Boot: Turnbuckle Boot, 1-1/8" ID x 17"L, P/N: 242, MFR: Davis Instruments, Vendor: West Marine #107672.

Published by: Laika 26X


Model Year: 2002
Photo Caption: Turnbuckle Boots-Port Side

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