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ISO a plastic/nylon hook
I am looking for something similar to this picture, something that will snap on to the conduit of the Beavertail blind that I can tie a cord to. To keep the blind quiet and steady in the wind, I want to add a couple cam cleats at the gunnels, and have a tail on each side that I can snug down, but want it quick to undo and get after cripples if need be. I would prefer the tails be captive at the cleat, and not be one more thing dangling and blowing around as I head down the road. As I made the blind height adjustable now, I need something that is not a fixed length.





All my search words have not found what I am thinking... any ideas?

Dave Diefenderfer
Manassas, VA

"Once you set out to build a boat, throw away your square. And if you work on her after she's launched, throw away your level." author unknown

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My first thought when I saw that picture was "sail clip"....
Would this work for you?
https://www.sailrite.com/Nylon-Hook-for-Inflatable-Boat
Used inline with an elastic, or thin bungee cord and some spring buttons for adjustment.
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Good morning, Dave~


I tried a couple of sites that sell nylon etc webbing....


These are zinc-plated steel - something rust-proof would be better, in my opinion.



https://customtiedowns.com/hooks/specialty-hooks-fittings/


or stainless....



https://www.strapworks.com/Hooks_s/30.htm


Happy hunting!


SJS







Steven Jay Sanford
Pencil Brook Farm
South Cambridge, NY
http://www.stevenjaysanford.com


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Dave, give Primos customer service a call. They use the exact clip on for retention on the Double Bull three-leg stools to hold them tight when broken down. They may be able to direct you to a source supplier.