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Galvanized Folding Grapnel Anchor 4 Kg 8.8lbs on 2040-parts.com

US $20.85
Location:

St. George, Utah, United States

St. George, Utah, United States
Excellent condition
Type:Anchor Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply Brand:Unbranded/Generic

Galvanized Folding Grapnel Anchor  4 kg 8.8LBS

Galvanized Folding Grapnel Anchor:
  • Made of malleable iron, heavily galvanized
  • Operates and folds up easily to store
  • Lockable in open and closed position
  • Weight 8.8 lbs

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