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Red Rubber Preventer Strap with Bronze Rings in Ends

Does anyone know where I can find a Red Rubber Preventer Strap with Bronze rings in the end. I had one of these which fit over the boom. A block and tackle was snapped in the rings and pulled to a car on the rail. It went overboard when being used by some friends, and now I cannot find another. West Marine carried them unitl 2005 or so. The were originally used in the drilling industry and were called Tong Straps. Thanks.
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You can easily have one of these sewn up of neoprene and webbing at a shop that makes wet suits. Depending upon the size of the boat, you can use one or two layers of 1/4" Neoprene wet-suit material.

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