Designed for cockpit-mounted cruising installations and similar setups, the 1628 and 1629 cars with Carbo-Cams allow traveler control cleating at the car instead of the track ends. On-car cleating paired with single-sheave end controls leave room for you to open the lazarette. They also increase purchase from 2:1 to 3:1 compared to systems trimmed from single-sheave end controls.
Length (mm) 232 mm
Length (in) 9 1/8 in
Maximum working load (kg) 816 kg
Maximum working load (lb) 1800 lb
9 1/8 in
4 3/8 in
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3:1 / 1631
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27 MM MIDRANGE
Midrange CB traveler cars are built to handle high loads on boats from 8 m to 10 m (27' to 34'). Harken ball bearing traveler and genoa lead cars with multipart purchases allow easy adjustment of loaded sails from the cockpit. Whether racing or cruising, these smooth-rolling systems pay huge dividends in sail control and are safer and faster than playing the sheet. CB wire retaining clips and composite corner keepers keep ball bearings captive when car is off the track. Track comes in low- and high-beam configurations.