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Mozzie Daggerboard Cleats

Hey Guys

I was just wondering if you know were I could find some cleats for the daggerboards on a mosquito Catamaran. These Cleats are used to pull the dagger boards up. They have a small roller and a little arm like a cam cleat.
I need to replace these on my boat.

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Matt Warne
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Re: Mozzie Daggerboard Cleats

Do you have a photo of one?

APSLtd.com and Fisheries Supply in Seattle have very good selections of dinghy hardware. If something like it is still made you'll probably find it at one of those two websites.
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Re: Mozzie Daggerboard Cleats

Unfortunately not I can have some on Saturday.
They are about 2cm long and have a small roller and a half a cam cleat pushing down on it.

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