Chinook Double Sail Pulley
The Chinook Double Windsurfing Sail Pulley has a component that includes sheaves and bushings of the on-the-fly outhaul systems have been upgraded to solid brass to reduce the possibility of jamming.
The Chinook Double Windsurfing Sail Pulley consists of a wheel with grooves that revolves around an axle and can pull high tension considerably more readily than brute force alone and provides lower friction than running outhaul line through the eye hole in the sail clew on its own.
It's best to start by securing the rope to the lower, stationary pulley. The lower pulley has a wheel that can transport objects up and down the rope. Re-thread the rope through the permanently installed pulley at the top. Check that the rope is completely seated in the pulley wheels' grooves. Features: Brass pulley sheaves and bushings