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Double Braid Nylon Anchor Line

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Double Braided Nylon Anchor Line is a professional grade anchoring line for yachts, fishing boats, speed boats, and large vessels.  Made with top quality nylon fibers and expert craftsmanship.  Guaranteed to last under heavy, everyday use.  Our high grade nylon fibers are resistant to moisture, mold, UV degradation, and abrasion.  Nylon provides ample shock absorption in cases of rough waters and shifting loads.  A convenient, sewn-in 316 stainless steel thimble makes fastening easy and secure.

When you receive this item, the thimble will be wound on the INSIDE of the spool.

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  • Diameters:  3/8", and 1/2"
  • Lengths:  100ft, and 150ft
  • Colors:  Black, and White
  • Approximate Breaking Strength:  3,350 pounds  |  5,085 pounds

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