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Alloy fairleads

Does anyone know who manufactures the alloy fairlead in the attached photo??
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Re: Alloy fairleads

Nope, but here are some stainless ones, Bow and Stern Chocks on Sale

And a bunch of chrome plated zinc
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Re: Alloy fairleads

Being Nautor try Customer Care

If it's aftermarket could be Nicro Marine (it will have their logo in the casting) or brand x knockoff.
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