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SCHAEFER 7 Series Fiddle Block with Cam and Becket

Model # 10729994Mfg # 706-75


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Product Description

Fiddle Ball Bearing Block with Aluminum Cheeks, Delrin Ball Bearing Sheaves, Cam Cleat, Becket. For boats to 34'. Use in combination with other 7 series blocks or 7 series adapters for a variety of applications. Works with 706-45 for a 4:1 purchase.

  • Sheave Dia.: 2-3/8" (60mm)
  • Thickness: 2-11/16" (68mm)
  • Width: 4" (102mm)
  • Length: 8-25/32" (223mm)
  • SWL: 1700lb. (771kg)
  • Weight: 1lb. 12oz. (595g)
  • Max Line: 1/2" (13mm)


7 Series Fiddle Block with Cam and Becket

Ball Bearings Delrin
Becket Becket
Diameter 1/2 Inch or 13 mm
Sheave Diameter 60 mm
Direction Any
Integral Cleat Integral Cam
Length 8 25/32 Inches
Mount Type Swivel Shackle
Ratchet Non Ratcheting
Safe Working Load 1700 Pounds
Type Single Fiddle
Weight 28 Ounces

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Schaefer 7 Series Fiddle Block with Cam and Becket

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Cam cleat is too tight!

By J-Roc

from Beaufort, NC

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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  • Attractive Design
  • Quality Construction


  • Difficult To Use

Best Uses

  • Sailing

Comments about Schaefer 7 Series Fiddle Block with Cam and Becket:

Well, it's functional, but Schaefer really needs to lighten up the springs on that metal cam cleat, or at least make the tension adjustable. In lighter air, I literally have to hold the mainsheet behind the block and jerk the line into the cam as hard as I can to get enough pressure to open it up. It's removeable, however I'm annoyed I have to spend another $35 to replace a brand new ill-designed cam for a plastic one. Besides that, everything works.

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