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Old 12 June 2012, 17:09   #1
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I'm looking for the pairs of articulating parts in the picture in Stainless 316. I haven't a clue that they are called and don't even know if I can by the parts seperatly, but have tried to search the internet unsuccessufully (which is difficult if you haven't a name). So if anyone can help me source some of these please it would be a great help:
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These are the dogs danglies, beware of cheaper options, they break! I know through experience. Buying just the twiddly bits might be difficult, as the teeth spacings aren't standard across makes.
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I'm looking for the pairs of articulating parts in the picture in Stainless 316. I haven't a clue that they are called and don't even know if I can by the parts seperatly, but have tried to search the internet unsuccessufully (which is difficult if you haven't a name). So if anyone can help me source some of these please it would be a great help:
Marine Fittings - C-Quip

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Thanks for you quick replys chaps.

I'm not however interested in the whole mount (my fault for not explaining properly), just the toothed joints.
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The toothed bits make up almost the whole thing?

I've got some bits from when I chopped one up to make my own version. I'll have a look next time I'm up the shed

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Thanks for you quick replys chaps.

I'm not however interested in the whole mount (my fault for not explaining properly), just the toothed joints.
Andy, assuming you want to use the new toothed bits with some existing bits, you might struggle to match them up. I found out the hard way that the tooth pitch varies from make to make, you will have to match up your existing bits with new original parts. Might be easier in the end to buy new.
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This is a new build of some heavy duty fishing Rod rests so nothing to match to. I understand that they need to be matched pairs, I'm happy to buy new if the price is right or even some knackered ones that I can salvage, I just don't know what they are called, but I do need them in stainless
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The toothed bits make up almost the whole thing?

I've got some bits from when I chopped one up to make my own version. I'll have a look next time I'm up the shed

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