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Where can I buy this part?

Does anyone know where I can order this block? I'd like to get one exactly the same (with the angled mounting plate) so I don't have to drill new holes in the mast. It's used to raise and lower the spi-pole on the mast. Ideally, I'd like to order it online and have it shipped. Thanks in advance.

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It looks like a normal little Shaeffer cheek block with a curved base. Get a good marine catalog, search online. Search the SailNet store.
It should be pretty easy to find a replacement.
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I couldn't find the same one on the West Marine site and the Sailnet store doesn't have product photos. Do you know any other sites to try? Thanks.
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Try this:

Schaefer Curved Base Cheek Blocks: Mauri Pro Sailing

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Thanks Faster. That looks like the one!
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