High Quality Stainless Steel chandlery
D shackles are sometimes known as Chain Shackles. Intended for use in straight line pulls or lifts only as side loads may bend D shackles.
Long D Shackle - giving you more reach than the standard D shackle while retaining strength and quality
Bow Shackles T316 Stainless Steel. Sometimes called anchor shackles. A shackle with a larger, rounded “O” shape look. This shackle can take loads from many directions without developing as much side load. However, the larger shape to the loop does reduce its overall strength
A twist shackle is usually somewhat longer than the average, and features a 90° twist so the top of the loop is perpendicular to the pin. One of the uses for this shackle include attaching the jib halyard block to the mast, or the jib halyard to the sail, to reduce twist on the luff and allow the sail to set better
Spring Hook / Carabiner - can be called snap hooks
Used to connect net shackles together, utility belts, dog leads and runs, etc
Stainless Steel Chain and Rope
High quality - T316 (A4) Marine grade stainless steel chain and Rope
Stainless Steel Eye Nut - T316 Marine Grade stainless Steel (A4)
Stainless Steel S hooks
Stainless Steel wire clamps - also called Wire rope grips or bulldog grips. Great for hanging signs, catenary wire projects. Should not be used in a lifting application
Stainless Steel Woodscrew / eyescrew with Ring
Also known as an Clevis Pin, R-key, bridge pin, hairpin cotter pin, hairpin cotter, bridge pin, hitch pin or spring cotter pin, is a fastener made of a springy material, commonly in the shape of the letter 'R' or the greek letter 'Beta'.
DIN 444 Eye rod / Swing Rod / Eye Bolts
Split Cotter Rings, also called Kick-Out Rings. Commonly used as key rings, stainless steel split cotter rings can be used to attach and secure many objects. Easily removable and fast installation. Insert the kickout end in to the hole on the pin or shaft and wind it on. Marine grade T316 (A4) stainless steel.
Turnbuckle: a coupling with internal screw threads used to connect two rods, lengths of boat's rigging, etc. lengthwise or to regulate their length or tension
Consists of two threaded eye bolts, one screwed into each end of a small metal frame, one with a left-hand thread and the other with a right-hand thread. The tension can be adjusted by rotating the frame, which causes both eye bolts to be screwed in or out simultaneously, without twisting the eye bolts or attached cables