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need vendor for sheave, mubir block

Hi
I have searched long and hard to find a sheave for my 14 mm violin type mubir block. The sheave has a bearing, is 35 mm in diameter is 14 mm thick and has a centre hole of 5 mm. I have tried to contact Pfeiffer marine who has this block in their catalogue and they refered me to a Kiel (DE) agent but they never returned my request.
Can anyone suggest where I can find a sheave of these dimensions? I live in Australia but any international vender will do.
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Johan V
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Try sending your dimensions to Garhauer. They do very nice custom work, prices are reasonable, and I see they have a branch in NZ:
Dinghy Davits, Lifting Hoists, Yacht Pulleys, Sailboat Blocks - Garhauer Marine NZ Ltd

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Dinghy Davits, Lifting Hoists, Yacht Pulleys, Sailboat Blocks - Garhauer Marine NZ Ltd

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www dot garhauer dot co dot nz
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Zephyrworks

don't know anything about them, but know they are there and have been for at least 2-3 years Zephyrwerks - The Sheave Factory
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