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looking for mid-rail chock for Bristol 45.5

new or used part where the chock is fitted into the toe rail allowing spring lines accewss to cleats without chaffing the toe rail.

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Theres a few options, try a goggle search I found these for our boat:



Made by Schaefer, also some cheaper at Bacons in Annapolis but forget the manufacturer? I would think a Bristol would want something like the ones above though
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While those are great, especially if you have the Schafer tracks like I do...not so useful on Bristol 45.5.

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Theres a few options, try a goggle search I found these for our boat:



Made by Schaefer, also some cheaper at Bacons in Annapolis but forget the manufacturer? I would think a Bristol would want something like the ones above though
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Um, I guess I was thinking of the toe-rail track like the T37 has.
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Check out the mid-rail chocks made by Spartan Marine. I've always wanted a set of these . . .

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Perhaps Bristol Bronze? Check this link: Bristol Bronze
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