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Old 06-22-2015, 03:07 PM   #1
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What are these?

Going through the mountain of tubbys and spares that were on the boat when we bought her.

Dumb question of the day: what are these? Trying to chunk all the junk!
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Old 06-22-2015, 03:12 PM   #2
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Old 06-22-2015, 03:19 PM   #3
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Going through the mountain of tubbys and spares that were on the boat when we bought her.

Dumb question of the day: what are these? Trying to chunk all the junk!
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Top item - no idea

Bottom item - flag clips
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Old 06-22-2015, 03:27 PM   #5
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And this? Keeper?Attachment 41288
Groco vented loop - very $$$ - hang onto it if the right size for your boat
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Hmm - photo no. 3 are sail slugs. (They slide up/down the track and the sails are attached to the slugs with a plastic shackle)
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Sail slugs/slides for main or mizzen sails
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In post #1, flag clips
Post #2, Bronze vented loop
Post #3, I think they are shower curtain slides


Should all be keepers.
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Hmm - photo no. 3 are sail slugs. (They slide up/down the track and the sails are attached to the slugs with a plastic shackle)

Well those can go to sailorman to my plunder acct! Not doing any sailing.
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Greetings,
Mr. frg. Pretty sure top items are quick release clips for FISHING.
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Groco vented loop - very $$$ - hang onto it if the right size for your boat

Where would this be used so I can see if there is one in svc
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Look at the spare pumps I found. Might be more. Tip of the bilge burg!Click image for larger version

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Old 06-22-2015, 03:40 PM   #13
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In case you are wondering, I am making an inventory or all equipment and spare on the boat. Thought it a good idea to know what is here and CYA for insurance purposes.

Found a great iPhone inventory app to take care of it. Can import and export to CSV files.

This is a screenshot of one item already inventoried
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Mr. frg. Pretty sure top items are quick release clips for FISHING.

No, they're flag clips, as others have said. They can be attached to outrigger halyards, or whatever other small stuff might be usable for hoisting.

The quick-release clips for outriggers are different. Google "Rupp quick release clips" for examples.

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Those 5 clips in the top pic are definitely burgee clips. I use them on my boat. The two on the left are rigged correctly.

Du-Bro Stern Light/Flag Pole Clips pair - Overton's

The black square thing at the top might be a mount or base for a light appliance like a light, fan or cup holder. Some of these items come with multiple mounts like a suction cup, hard mount, velcro, rail bracket, etc. The unused bases gets thrown into a drawer and forgotten.
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Those 5 clips in the top pic are definitely burgee clips. I use them on my boat. The two on the left are rigged correctly.

Du-Bro Stern Light/Flag Pole Clips pair - Overton's

The black square thing at the top might be a mount or base for a light appliance like a light, fan or cup holder. Some of these items come with multiple mounts like a suction cup, hard mount, velcro, rail bracket, etc. The unused bases gets thrown into a drawer and forgotten.

Well then the square thine goes in the trash. Thanks everyone! So helpful.
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I just really appreciate the help I get from this forum. I hope someday I can add something that helps someone else.

Thank you all so much. God bless you all and, belated Happy Father's Day to all the Dads out there
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Just remember a basic law of boating. If you throw out a part because you have no idea what it is, you will need it badly within 30 days. If you keep it, odds are you will never use it.
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Just remember a basic law of boating. If you throw out a part because you have no idea what it is, you will need it badly within 30 days. If you keep it, odds are you will never use it.
I was thinking along the same lines. Maybe move it to a trash can in storage. If you don't need it in 6 months, it's trash. Kind of like having an undelete option.
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Where would this be used so I can see if there is one in svc
If it is for 1-1/2" hose, it will be used somewhere on the discharge side of the a head.

If for a smaller hose diameter, it could be used on the supply side of a head or even on the raw water side of the engine or generator cooling system.

Here is a link for pricing info.
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