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Need help locating hyfield lever sources

Larry and I are completely revising the Capable Cruiserand updating not only the contents but the sources for specialized gear. We would like any leads on sources for staysail stay release levers, J-hook type release levers or hyfield levers. At present the only source we have found is johnson marine who make a stainless steel turnbuckle release system for staysails.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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ABI manufactures them in both bronze and stainless
Forestay Release Lever

Available from several online marine stores:
ABI Forestay Levers
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I'd highly recommend you contact the people over at Riggingonly.com, as they're quite knowledgeable and would probably be able to help you. Their phone number is: Voice; 508-992-0434
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