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C&C 30 jam cleat for reefing line

Just purchased a 1980 C&C 30 and one of the two jam cleats for reefing lines that are mounted on the boom is missing. Does anyone know where i might buy a replacement for the original.
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Call Rob at South Shore Yacht Sales, Virgil Ontario. Ex C&C parts supply chief and he probably remembers or has it in stock. Google is your friend.
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You might consider upgrading to cam cleats or horn cleats.
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You might consider upgrading to cam cleats or horn cleats.
Beat me to it... those old aluminum jam cleats are not worth 'replacing'. Fashion a bit of a saddle if necessary and use a cam cleat, though the horn is simple and trouble free (except possibly snagging another line at some point - or a spinnaker on a takedown)
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