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Old 08-31-2007
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Originally Posted by Tartan34C View Post
I may be wrong but I think the 9 to 11 dimension is without including the swage stud. This part is just one jaw and a body. You need to add a swage fitting and that will bring the size up to whatís considered standard. Unfortunately I donít know of a turnbuckle thatís any shorter then this unless you get an old style Gibb from England.
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Robert Gainer.
Yep, thats kinda what I got. Not sure if this is "old style" but it's this one here: http://marinestore.co.uk/Merchant2/m.../PBBW-120012-A

It's tough to find stuff in UK stores, btw - their English is quite a bit different, especially in terminology. What we call "turnbuckle" is a "rigging screw" to them, and a "turnbuckle" is something fairly different in UK. Anyway, now I need to get riggers over here one more time and I'd be all set.
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