29mm Thru-Deck Bullet Block, Stainless Steel Cover
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HARKEN29mm Thru-Deck Bullet Block, Stainless Steel Cover

$34.99

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Model # 2221943 | Mfg # 287UPC # 97653010081

Specs

29mm Thru-Deck Bullet Block, Stainless Steel Cover

Name Value
Ball Bearings Delrin
Becket No Becket
Diameter 5/16 Inch
Direction Any
Integral Cleat No Integral Cleat
Length 3 Inches
Mount Type Mechanical Fasteners
Ratchet Non Ratcheting
Safe Working Load 300 Pounds
Sheave Diameter 29 mm
Type Single Thru-Deck
Weight 1.25 Ounces

Product Overview

This Harken 287 Thru-Deck Bullet Block with a Stainless Steel Cover is similar to the 088 version with black plastic cover, but with a curved stainless steel cover, for an alternative look .

Harken designed their low-friction Bullet Blocks to lead control lines aft, but these truly Classic blocks can be found in an endless variety of applications. They are compact and lightweight, with free-running ball bearings that roll on flat races with minimal friction. They deliver dependable fast trim and release under high or low loads.

A range of styles lets these blocks adapt to almost all control line applications. Ideal for cunninghams, vangs, outhauls, traveler controls, spinnaker controls, barberhaulers, etc. 

Key Features

  • Thru-deck turning block leads a line that turns up to 180 degrees through the deck
  • Used on many types of control systems
  • Corrosion-resistant stainless steel straps reinforce these blocks
  • Ball bearings, sheave and sideplates are UV stabilized
  • Fast trim and release under load: Free-running ball bearings roll on flat races with minimal friction
  • Sheave Diameter: 1 1/8" (29 mm)
  • Max. Line Diameter: 5/16" (8 mm)
  • Max. Working Load (MWL): 300 lb. (136 kg)
  • Breaking Load: 2000 lb. (907 kg)
  • Weight: 1.25 oz. (35 g)
  • Length: 3" (76 mm)
  • Mounting Hole Spacing: 2 1/4" (57 mm)
  • Cutout: 3/4" x 1 3/4" ( 19 x 44 mm)
  • Fasteners: Two #10 RH (5 mm)

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