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Source for Stainless Rail Fittings

I am searching for a 1.25" hinged jaw slide stainless fitting and have searched all over the web. 1" is no problem, but 1.25 is not an easy find. I know they exist because there is 1 at my local marine store (need 1 more) and a manufacturer site has them in bags of 50.

Any pointers to good site for such fittings?

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Just got the new catalog from Bosun Supplies Inc. and it appears they have one on page 24. They have just about anything you could want in stainless steel, and a good number of items I wonder how they sell.(G) wouldn't surprise me to see a stainless tooth brush listed. Their site is: BOSUN SUPPLIES - Stainless Steel Anchors Deck Hardware Chain Shackles Hooks Clips Titanium FORCE 5 Rigging Fasteners Tools Suncor Microstar Knowledge Information wire rope and their toll free number is: 1-888-433-3484. hope that helps. at $40 i hope it's what you are looking for and don't need too many(g)

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That is great! Thanks! yes, it is expensive.. more than 2X the price of the local marine store! But at least they have it

If anybody knows of otgher suppliers, please let me know.

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