FORESPAR
Mast Cars for Spinnaker & Whisker Poles

Prices from $29.99 - To $699.99

$29.99

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Model # 265390 | Mfg # 331013 | UPC # 28026127846

Mast cars to attach the inboard end of your spinnaker or whisker pole, for use with 1 1/4" T-track.

Forespar’s line of aluminum and stainless steel mast cars are designed to work with Forespar’s Ultra Series and aluminum piston, piston with trigger and socket style end fittings. All 1 1/4” mast cars are made from solid cast stainless steel and precision machined inserts and toggle/knuckles assemblies when applicable.

Toggle Mast Car - T-125

This car slide with stainless steel body and solid cast stainless toggle pin and low-friction UHMW inserts is for 1 1/4" T-track. Toggle assemblies available separately.

Recommended for "TS" and "UTS" type socket spinnaker pole ends.

Heavy Duty Car - FC-125

A safe and effective means of spinnaker pole attachment for less than the cost of a pin-type car. Heavy duty stainless steel FC-125 allows both vertical and horizontal movement, while eliminating twisting motion of the spinnaker pole. Fits standard 1 1/4" x 3/16" flat stainless or aluminum T-track. The car slide is high strength, hard anodized aluminum alloy. The pole acceptance jaw is stainless steel.

Recommended for UTR and UXP type pole ends.

Ring Style Mast Car - RC-125

The ring and body of this unusually strong car are investment cast of 17-4 heat-treated stainless steel.  Ring ID is 1 5/8". The RC-125 fits 1 1/4" T-track and has a screw lock-pin, UHMW polyethylene slide inserts and provisions for uphaul/downhaul blocks to be shackled to the bails at each end.

Compatible with UXP and UTR pole end fittings. Not recommended for use with poles that are to be stored vertically up the mast.

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