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BARTON LAUNCHES CRASH STOP RANGE FOR BALL BEARING GENOA CAR SYSTEM

Category: News 2007
Crash Stop fitted on a Barton Genoa Car System
Crash Stop fitted on a Barton Genoa Car System
Barton Genoa Car System fitted with a Crash Stop
Barton Genoa Car System fitted with a Crash Stop

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One of the UK's leading manufacturers of deck hardware, Barton Marine has launched a range of Crash Stops to provide even more support in demanding sailing conditions. Ideal for single-handed sailing or inexperienced crew on yachts up to 16 metres, the Barton Crash Stop safely absorbs impact loads, protecting the genoa car system at all times.

The Crash Stop, which has been developed in three sizes to fit the entire range of Barton Ball Bearing Genoa Car Systems, complements the wide choice of Barton components and fittings that can be selected when choosing a new system.

Even if the genoa car adjuster is released accidentally, under load, the Crash Stop will ensure that there is no damage to the genoa car or end fittings.

The Crash Stop can easily be fitted on a Barton Genoa Car System by simply sliding onto the track, then drilling at the required position and bolting in place.

The Crash Stop, which is produced from the same highly durable materials as the Barton Genoa Car System, is available in pairs now, starting from just £12.87 plus VAT.

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