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5/8" X 100 ' Blue Anchor/ Rope/mooring/dock Line Double Braid Nylon Usa on 2040-parts.com

US $74.95
Location:

Crystal Beach, Florida, United States

Crystal Beach, Florida, United States
Condition:New Type:Anchor Line ROPE Manufacturer Part Number:5/8" X 100' BLUE DOUBLE BRAID NYLON ROPE Brand:SOUTHEAST TRADING Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Our US Made double braid nylon is recommended for docking, anchoring and mooring. Double braid nylon is a soft nylon cover with a nylon core providing good shock absorption due to controlled elasticity. Nylon rope is strong, dependable and resistant to ultraviolet damage and provides a much longer life than other lines. Double braid nylon produces a strong easy to handle anchorline. Matching dock lines available in any length from our line shop;

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