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Re: Midship Cleats...

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Thanks everyone - finding a source for sufficiently sized burnished bronze cleats has been a challenge, but I've actually found three good options. Interestingly enough, the open cleats that folks have are ones I've not found in a large enough size. The only one I've found is a 4" cleat designed for flag pole use. I'm still looking, but am considering a pillar type cleat, which I've found in a 10" burnished bronze.
You might be able to find what you're looking for at Bristol Bronze
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Re: Midship Cleats...

There are 7" ones on page 12 of the Davey & Co catalogue.

http://www.davey.co.uk/pdf/deck_hardware.pdf

They have several distributors in the US.

In New Zealand is Chatfield Marine. They may be the source for the PSC cleats.

High Quality Cast Bronze Open Cleats by Chatfield Marine in New Zealand

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Re: Midship Cleats...

I had checked some of the Davey & Co distributors, but was not aware of Chatfield Marine - will follow up with that lead.

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Re: Midship Cleats...

Another place to try for bronze hardware-Spartan Marine they made and make the bronze hardware for Cape Dory and have cleats in various sizes.
Good luck with the refit,
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We added cleats from Spartan Marine - Herreshoff style, 8", burnished bronze, 4 hole. Our stern cleats (original) are identical, but 9 1/2". I honestly don't know how we ever got by without them!! ( if I can add a pic, I will )

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There are 7" ones on page 12 of the Davey & Co catalogue.

http://www.davey.co.uk/pdf/deck_hardware.pdf

They have several distributors in the US.

In New Zealand is Chatfield Marine. They may be the source for the PSC cleats.

High Quality Cast Bronze Open Cleats by Chatfield Marine in New Zealand

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I believe Bill is correct re: Chatfield. We liked the lazarette hardware so much on our prior PSC that we ordered and installed them on on V42.
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Re: Midship Cleats...

Bill,
Try Minney's Yacht Surplus in southern California. They bought a lot of the original stainless hardware from the PSC factory auction when it went bankrupt from the previous owner. I've seen a number of PSC parts (some with the logo), to include cleats, but I can't remember if I they were mid-ship cleats.
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Re: Midship Cleats...

Thanks again everyone for all the awesome replies! I think we're going to with bronze pedestal cleats from Spartan, (Jo Beth is an '84 model - most everything metal is bronze!), as they seem to be the best fit.

We've got dozens, and dozens, and dozens of projects going on, so there will likely be many more posts as the refit progresses. This forum is such an incredible resource. Also, we're off the end of this week to the factory for a visit and tour. Even though we chose to do the refit closer to home, we'll likely source a good number of parts from PSC.

Now to get that blog updated...
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We've got dozens, and dozens, and dozens of projects going on, so there will likely be many more posts as the refit progresses.
Ditto! We started about 20 projects at once about 3 months ago. Expected to finish in 3 months at the outset. We still expect to finish in three months
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We still expect to finish in three months
Lol, I can relate. We've been on a 5 year plan for 10 years...
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