5/8" X 50 'anchor/ Rope/mooring/dock Line White Double Braid Nylon Made In Usa on 2040-parts.com
Crystal Beach, Florida, United States
Type:Anchor Line ROPE
Manufacturer Part Number:5/8" X 50' WHITE NYLON DOUBLE BRAID ROPE
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 anchor line. Matching dock lines available in any length from our line shop.
Anchoring, Docking for Sale
Mon, 02 Dec 2013
Volkswagen has confirmed its e-Up! electric city car will cost £19,250 including the £5,000 government Plug-in Car Grant subsidy. The car is on sale now in the UK at Volkswagen’s 24 specialist EV electric vehicle retailers, with deliveries starting at the end of January 2014.
Tue, 15 Nov 2005
Transportation Design students from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit recently presented projects done in conjunction with the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI). Three students were selected from the college to complete an internship: Chris Piscitelli, Sylvian Bryan and Sang Hoon Shin. They took on the challenge to design a 'functional, innovative and extreme-inspired vehicle that integrates environmental responsibility, cost efficiency and advanced steel materials.' Aside from the peripheral criteria, it is the 'extreme' theme that sticks, the brief satisfyingly encouraging students to really provoke with their imaginations.With the Challenge now in its 17th year, AISI puts its considerable resources to good use, Piscitelli, Bryan and Shin each receiving much support during their internship program, which includes producing scale models of their designs.
Tue, 26 Jul 2011
The White House is pushing automakers to agree by Wednesday to a corporate average fuel economy target of 54.5 mpg by 2025--a figure 1.7 mpg less than the 56.2 mpg standard it floated earlier this month. The easing of the White House plan stems from a concession to makers of light trucks and SUVs, and particularly larger vehicles in that segment, such as Ford's F-150, sources said. The latest White House proposal, the most definitive of any it has put forth, calls for a 5 percent annual mileage increase for cars from 2017-2025, said industry and congressional officials who asked not to be named because their discussions with the White House are confidential.