10 Lb. Boat Anchor Galvanized With Slip Ring & 32" Chain on 2040-parts.com
Huachuca City, Arizona, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:A010410
Country/Region of Manufacture:China
UPC:Does not apply
New Boat ANCHOR DANFORD TYPE.
Item is approx. 10 pounds and has 32" heavy chain
approx. 18" by 14"
has slip ring, anchor has great holding power has wide flukes and is very heavy duty.
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