Marine & Outdoor Products HL HAL-LOCK Outrigger Pulley
|The new HAL-LOCK HL outrigger pulley is the|
most efficient way to control your line.
|Select Size||$21.95 USD|
The HAL-LOCK outrigger pulley was specially designed for speed and efficiency (and it looks good too). Simply pull the locking lever back and the halyard is pushed into the softer urethane insert locking the halyard in place. That Easy! That Fast!, and because of HAL-LOCK’s unique ability to lock, very little tension is required on the shock cord, allowing you to get your clip up and back down with less effort. Finally, you don't have to rig up a configuration using rubber bands, wire and swivels. These components are both unsafe and ineffective. Just leave it to HAL-LOCK and the job is much more safe efficient and easy. The sizes (6, 9 and 12)refer to the length of the shock cord and snap on the various models.
4.5 Stars based on 7 reviews
long island , NY
no more creep
August 13, 2016
works well, can be used in locked or unlocked position, also works with mono
more stable and reliable than other clips
July 27, 2016
Easy to install, tension adjustment is simple. I have found them to be more reliable than the standard non roller clips.
Proseasy adjustment no line wear
January 9, 2016
September 22, 2014
Used these on other boats and very happy with them. I used 275 para cord with them and it works perfectly.
Gets rid of the Creeps
March 21, 2014
Have had these on my last 4 boats. Put the line where you want it and set the lock. It doesn't move from there.
ProsEasy to use. Work great.
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
April 2, 2013
After years of dealing with slipping outrigger lines, the problem is solved. This product works as advertised and is fantastic. I only wish I had purchase it years before.
March 7, 2013
Very practical and robust. Will recommend to friends.
ProsDurable Non rust components
2 Questions & 2 Answers
from tamuning, Guam asked:
January 14, 2016
how do you determine the size you need?
It really depends on where and how you decide to mount it on your boat, for example if you chose to mount one on your gunnel you may have purchased the 12" so it is easier to use and secure where as if you chose to mount it on your t-top you would most likely have purchased a 6" one due to where it is positioned. There are so many different ways they can be mounted and such a wide range of boats that the size choice is up to the individual. So, it really depends on how and where you would like to mount it and the length you would need for the distance between where you choose to mount and to your outrigger halyards (and where you would like it positioned). But, the most popular choice and commonly purchased size is the 9".
on January 15, 2016
from United States asked:
December 5, 2015
Can you install this on an existing rigged outrigger without breaking the loop of rigger line ?
Unfortunately you would have to break the loop to install this.
on December 9, 2015