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Wanted S2 9.2A Mainsheet traveler info

I have an 1980 S2 9.2A. I am in need of information on the original maker of the mainsheet traveler system. One of the stop blocks has broken the stop pin and I have been unable to find a replacement not knowing who the original manufacturer was. Any help is appreciated as I would rather not replace the whole system at this time.

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I believe S2 used Harken travelers quite extensively in the 80's for most of their line. might want to start there first.

Also try trolling thru this website - Bret owns a 8.0, but he's posted lots of good info that he's culled on the web for other S2's as well.

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Try RigRite.com for traveler info

I have an 82 8.5 with 2 mainsheet travelers. One has NEMO imprinted on the car and the other is a Nicro-Fico. In looking for repair parts I came across the Rig-Rite company and they have Kenyon and Nicro-Fico traveler systems that are the same size and track dimensions. Yours may be the same. It'd worth a look at their website.
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