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Shoreline Marine Dock Line 3/8" 3 Strand Twisted Nylon 20 Ft White Dock Rope New on 2040-parts.com

US $11.95
Location:

Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Type:Dock Line Manufacturer Part Number:SL91036 Brand:Shoreline Marine UPC:Does not apply

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SHORELINE MARINE DOCK LINE
              3/8" x 20', 3 Strand Twisted Nylon, White

  • Safe working load: 260 LBS
  • Tensile strength: 3000 LB
  • For boats up to 20 feet
  • 12" Eye splice
  • Durable Construction
  • High resistance to abrasion
  • Comes with thimble attached
  • Resists mildew and rot
  • 3/8" 3 strand twisted nylon
  • 20' Feet
  • White

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