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Anyone recognize these enough to put a name on it? It's the mast end of a running backstay from a '74 33' C&C. The wire frayed & I'd like to replace them, provided I can figure how to ask for what I've got.

Its a swaged end to a right angle tee fitting that rotates 90 degrees to fit into a slot. Rubber grommet snaps into the top of the slot to keep it in.

..later.. OK .. now I have to ask how to post a picture. Could not get any tips from the FAQs, the filesize & w x h are fine.

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