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Work-Boat Pulleys source

I have been looking for a source for work-boat pulleys similar to this:
Peerless Hardware - One Source for All Your Casting Needs - 800-233-3868 - Fax 717-684-3503

The use will be on a beach with a lot of sand so I'm not looking for yacht quality harken type stuff.
Just old fashioned indestructible galvanized stuff like you would use on a construction site.
About 1/2" line (not cable) including singles, doubles, triples with optional beckett.
I was surprised a Google search didn't turn up anything.
I expect to pay about $10 to $40 each not hundreds.
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MSC Industrial has a gazillion products in their catalog - several warehouses too.


Industrial Supply Equipment from MSC Industrial Supply
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MSC Industrial has a gazillion products in their catalog - several warehouses too.


Industrial Supply Equipment from MSC Industrial Supply
Thanks for the link. Lots of good parts. I just look at all 128 pulleys and they didn't have what I'm looking for.
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I'd try a fisheries supply retailer. Like Home Page
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Hamilton Marine might have the gear you're looking for, as they are primarily a fishing boat supplier.
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