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HARKEN15° Angled Riser for Harken 150 Cam-Matic or Harken 365 Carbo-Cam

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15° Angled Riser for Harken 150 Cam-Matic or Harken 365 Carbo-Cam

Model # 510107Mfg # 296

$10.49

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Product Description

Allow lines that are leading to the cleat from above the deck to cleat properly. Available in flat and angled styles. Fastener spacing 1-1/2".

Specs

15° Angled Riser for Harken 150 Cam-Matic or Harken 365 Carbo-Cam

Length 2-9/16"

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15 Angled Riser for Harken 150 Cam Matic or Harken 365 Carbo Cam
 
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5.0

Great solution for quickly cleating

By S20 Will

from Folsom, Ca

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      • Jibgenoa Sheets

      Comments about 15 Angled Riser for Harken 150 Cam Matic or Harken 365 Carbo Cam:

      On my S20 race boat I moved the jib/genoa cleats to these risers. It makes the sheet much easier to get in and out quickly. It was a big improvement and allows one handed cleating/uncleating.

       
      3.0

      Be careful before ordering

      By gjones04

      from Virginia

      Verified Reviewer

      Comments about 15 Angled Riser for Harken 150 Cam Matic or Harken 365 Carbo Cam:

      This angled riser is just a thin 15-degree wedge of plastic and only one per package, so it is rather expensive for what it is.

      Be aware that using the angled riser changes the angle of the fixing screws for the cleat. When used with an existing cleat, new screw holes will be required, perhaps needing a tapped thread in a backing plate.

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