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Pair Of 5/8" X 25' Premium Nylon Double Braided Dock Lines - Gold & White on 2040-parts.com

US $89.99
Location:

Jackson, Missouri, United States

Jackson, Missouri, United States
Condition:New MPN:50-40051 Brand:Seachoice

  • Pair of 5/8" x 25' Premium Double Braided Nylon Dock line
  • 18" 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 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.


50-40051


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