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  1. CLEAT CHOCKS CATCH THE EYE BUT NOT THE LINE

    Stainless-steel cleat chocks from New Found Metals are not only stylish and innovative, but are hand-polished so lines can pass through without danger of chafing. A cleat chock can function as a cleat, a chock or a fairlead.

    The chock's horns are offset from the base at a slight angle, to lead the mooring line away from the hull as much as possible. The cleat chock can be mounted inboard or outboard.

    Hand-polished cleat chock surfaces, especially the undersides of the horns, ensure uniform smoothness to virtually eliminate friction against secured lines.

    The 316 Series comes in three sizes: 8", 10" and 12", with 3/8" x 2" studs on the first two and a ½" x 2" stud on the l2-incher. The smallest chock weighs about 2-1/2 lbs.

    MSRP of the cleats starts at $39.95.

    Contact:

    New Found Metals
    240 Airport Rd.
    Port Townsend, WA 98368
    Ph: 360-385-3315
    www.newfoundmetals.com
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