Yes, but I was thinking that the pivoting arm was used
as a brake - tie a rope to the eye and when pulled the
other end of the arm contacts the pulley. Hard to see
from the picture whether the arm is long enough or not.
I forgot to reply to this on my previous post. This pulley was used in a
different way than most people would think. It wasn't used for lifting
anything, I guess the pivoting arm could be called a brake since it's meant
to keep the rope from moving but it was more for tension. There wasn't a
separate rope to operate the arm, there was just one rope that tied to the
eye and also went through the pulley.
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