By popular request we are finally offering one inch nylon webbing and buckles. Since these are sturdy and not really affected by water, they are very useful for many applications on a boat. Some ideas:
Keeping hatches closed
Holding heavy gear in...
AISI 304 Stainless
Note: Nominal size is overall length of pin - see sketch below for other dimensions...
These studs come with our kayak foot braces when the glue-on option is chosen, but we can see lots of other possible applications. A bit of figerglass cloth and epoxy will attach these studs to any surface that will take glue.Now we are offering...
Stainless Steel Clevis pins and rings.Pins: Example - "3/16 x 1/2" means the pin is 3/16's of an inch in diameter on the shank of the pin and there is 1/2 inch between the head and the hole. See example below:
These Black Aluminum Pop rivets work in a standard pop-rivet gun. These are perfect for attaching Padeyes and other hardware to plastic kayaks or any surface where you are unable to reach the back side.Each rivet is split into three sections which bend...
AISI 304 Stainless
"D" - SD-191830
Standard rings for use with clevis pins. Style may vary.
18-8 Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel Rigging PinsThese rigging pins have many uses - from tabernacles or mast steps like the one directly below, to gudgeons like the picture farther down. These are currently 1/4" and 5/16" in diameter and range from 2 to 3-1/2 inches...
These pins are used for the mast steps on the Potter 15 and the Potter 19. Two required for each mast step.
Various sizes, Formed 304 Stainless Steel
Thru Hole Fluted, Threaded Knobs
Rubber, Stainless insert
These knobs have all sorts of uses for DIYers in general and boatbuilders in particular. The thread is either 1/4-20 or 3/8-16, and they both have stainless steel inserts. The smaller size fit...
Die Cast Manganese Bronze
Tidmarsh Major sent us this picture of the horse he rigged on his Skat sailboat using one of our...
These U-bolts are used for the chainplates on the Potter 15 and for the Baby Stay on the Potter 19
Rubber and brass
These are used primarily to attach items such as kayak footbraces and other pieces of hardware to plastic boats. They work by expanding behind the surface as shown in the photo below. First a hole is drilled, then the well nut is...