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Series 8, Cars

Features

  •  Captive
  •  Low profile
  •  Lightweight alloy car bodies

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  Product No. Desc. ABCDEWeight  
  mmmmmmmmmmg  
RC28160 RC28160 Headboard, Short Car, 214mm

214.0

30.0

75.0

16.5

51.0

520

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RC28161 RC28161 Headboard, Long Car, 290mm

290.0

30.0

75.0

16.5

51.0

750

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RC28163 RC28163 Intermediate

76.0

30.0

37.0

18.0

51.0

115

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RC28166 RC28166 Batten

92.0

30.0

37.0

-

51.0

140

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RC28169 RC28169 Batten, Quick Release

105.0

30.0

37.0

-

51.0

220

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RC28460 RC28460 Headboard, Short Car, 214mm

214.0

30.0

75.0

16.5

51.0

520

VIEW
RC28461 RC28461 Headboard, Long Car, 290mm

290.0

30.0

75.0

16.5

51.0

750

VIEW
RC28463 RC28463 Intermediate

76.0

30.0

37.0

18.0

51.0

115

VIEW
RC28466 RC28466 Batten

92.0

30.0

37.0

-

51.0

140

VIEW
RC28469 RC28469 Batten, Quick Release

105.0

30.0

37.0

-

51.0

220

VIEW
RC28181 RC28181 End Stop

54.0

45.0

-

-

-

35

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Patented system uses low profile cars running on twin races of Torlon® ball bearings. Cars use the existing luff groove of the mast (no track or installation work required). Ball bearings are captive for easy loading and unloading of cars from mast. They can be easily switched between fully battened and “soft luff” mainsails. Minimum distance from mast to mainsail luff enhances mainsail efficiency.

With a complete range of car profiles and feet there is a Ballslide™ solution for most available mast profiles and luff groove shapes on boats up to 18m (60ft). See Range Selection Advice for more information.

Ballslide™ Car Profile Identification Table

  • Monohulls to 18m (60ft) or sail area 60 m2 (646 ft2)
  • Multihulls to 13m (43ft) or sail area 48 m2 (517 ft2)
  • Alloy car bodies
  • Torlon® ball bearings