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Stainless steel Eye Straps are rugged enough to tie down and secure most gear. Favored by Kayak and Canoe enthusiasts, the eye straps are easily installed with #10 Gauge screws.

Often used for kayak knee strap and backrest attachment, leashes, lacing lines, deck line, shock cords, cargo nets, etc.

On sailboats, the eye straps can handle light rigging and furling tasks.

2 per pack and includes s/s screws to finish the job.

Pre-drilled with two mounting holes.
Material 304 grade stainless steel
base length 50mm
height 18mm

Auction is for one pack of 2 including screws
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  • Seller location: Thames, Waikato, NZ

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