Re: Snurble grip-thribley
Excoose me, but is your snurble metric or imperial? I ask because I have had problems sourcing a grip-thribley in Italy (let alone a Snurble one!!!), as they tend to be right-hand threaded and with the snatchor-tribble set the wrong way round the ribblet. This is a problem as when the wind get up, my rectit sphinctle loosens and makes a mess. I believe in Italian the grip-thribley is called the premi-cazzume; they tend to be rather flashy on Italian boats but sometimes snap under tension, hence my desire for a phosphor-bronze British one. I don't want any accidents.
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