Stainless steel bow chocks used to lead lines over port and starboard bow rails of a vessel while minimizing line and deck abrasion of working lines under load. These chocks are made of investment cast 316 stainless steel with the proper slant for a bow lead.
Available in two sizes and sold only in pairs. 4-3/4" requires (2) #10 flat head fasteners, and the 6" requires (2) 1/4" flat head fasteners for proper installation.
June 29, 2020
Chocks are very well made and finished. However they have "square" inside corners where the anchor line rubs. The inside corners should be rounded to prevent chafing the line.
July 5, 2016
Installed on bow of my 17' center console as a fair lead for docklines and or anchor line.
May 31, 2015
The online product specs should include the hardware size. It is printed on the packaging card and would make ordering easier to complete the installation. These chocks are a very good value.
May 29, 2014
good looking item, solid stainless steel.
September 19, 2010
Nice product(s), except incorrectly cast "L" left and "R" right. "R" is actually port and visa versa.
June 12, 2008
Not much to say, other than were just what I was looking for for my boat. Needed stainless for salt water environment.
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