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Double Braid Nylon Dockline

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SGT KNOTS® double-braided nylon dock & mooring line is a high-strength, flexible rope for all your boating, yachting, fishing, and general utility purposes.  The double braid construction provides exceptional abrasion resistance and tensile strength, perfect for long-lasting use with any size vessel.  Our dock line uses nylon for its elasticity, which allows it to absorb shock from environmental stress on heavy loads, such as rocking boats, storms, and collisions.  Nylon also features great resistances to chemicals, oils, weather, and UV rays.  It is incredibly versatile and can be used for DIY projects, crafting, construction, cargo tie-downs, winch and pulley systems, and much more.

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  • Colors:  Black, Blue, Gold and White
  • Diameters:  3/8",  1/2"
  • Tensile Strength:  3/8" = 4200lbs,  1/2" = 7400lbs
  • 12 inch eye

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