Pair Of 3/8" X 15' Premium Nylon Double Braided Dock Lines - Forest Green on 2040-parts.com
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown
Manufacturer Part Number:50-39681
- Pair of 3/8" x 15' Premium Double Braided Nylon Dock line
- 15" Eye Splice for Cleats
- Pre-shrunk and heat stabilized
- These lines offer higher wet strength and better abrasion resistance than other nylons
- Won't mold or mildew
Premium double braid dock lines complete with 15" eye splice (3/8" rope:
18" eye splice). Pre-shrunk and heat stabilized. These lines offer
higher wet strength and better abrasion resistance than other nylons.
Won't mold or mildew.
On Mar-08-14 at 12:20:11 PST, seller added the following information:
Anchoring, Docking for Sale
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