5/8" X 15' Three Strand Double Anchor Shock Bridle System / Anchor Snubber Line with SS thimble and spring hook

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3 Strand Double Anchor Shock System 100% Nylon Rope 5/8 In. X 15 Ft. (1ft + 2 Lines of 14 ft each) with SS Thimble, 15/32" Zinc Plated Spring Hook and Chafe Guard;
This Excellent 3 Strand Twisted 100% PREMIUM Nylon Rope is desirable marine rope material due to its strength and durability.

This double anchor snubber line is good also as non permanent mooring pendant.

Made with Premium high-tensile American manufactured 100% nylon fibers is, acid, mildew, rot, oil and gas resistant.
Minimum Tensile Strength: 10400 lbs. based upon testing according to the Cordage Institute Standard Testing Methods for Fiber Rope and/or ASTM D-4268 Standard Methods of Testing Fiber Ropes.

  • High Quality 100% Nylon
  • Minimum Tensile Strength: 10400 lbs. based upon testing according to the Cordage Institute Standard Testing Methods for Fiber Rope and/or ASTM D-4268 Standard Methods of Testing Fiber Ropes.
  • 15/32" Spring Hook
  • Professionally spliced soft eyes (2) on boat end (12" each)
  • 1/2" SS Thimble
  • Blue or Black Chafe Guard in PVC
  • Abrasion, Durability, Handing, Shock Load, Mildew&Rot Resistant
  • Good for boats from 36' to 45'
  • Optional Chain Hook from only $8.00 more

 

 


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  • Is have a 27 foot Regal powerboat. Can I attach this anchor shock bridle system directly to my mooring ball, or is something else needed in between?

    Yes you can use as permanent mooring, but you need a 1/2" shackle.
    Thanks

  • Good afternoon...I'm considering investing in an anchor snubber and want to size it right for my boat. I own a Tiara 4100 Open, 45 feet LOA, roughly 30,000 lbs. Is the 5/8" x 15 ft snubber with the spring hook an appropriate choice? Is the spring hook better than the open hook? We often anchor out for several nights at a time in the San Francisco area and are subject to considerable winds, tide, and currents. Thanks in advance for your input.

    Thnk you for your request and details.
    Your boat is just between the two sizes for the snubber, you can use the 5/8" or the 3/4" as well. In my opinion 5/8" snubber for your boat will be better because  you have more stretching then 3/4" line. But it is just my opinion.
    About the atachement depending your chain size. But with the chain hook you have no problems.
    Thanks
    dbRopes