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West Marine Standard Safety Tether 6ft. Safety Hook & Snap Hook ***new*** on 2040-parts.com

US $69.99
Location:

South Mills, North Carolina, United States

South Mills, North Carolina, United States
Condition:New Brand:West Marine Manufacturer Part Number:8821464

The new and improved asymmetrical snap hook at the boat end incorporates the latest technology, reducing the risk of accidental release while still remaining easy to open when desired. Snap Shackle at the chest end is for quick release from the harness under load.

  • Overall length: 6 feet
  • Breaking Strength: 4,500 lbs.
  • Material: 1" nylon webbing
Features:

*Snap shackle for quick release from harness under load
*Non-magnetic stainless steel snap shackle and snap hook

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