3/4" X 12' Three Strand Double Anchor Shock System, Anchor Snubber Line Bridle

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3 Strand Double Anchor Shock System 100% Nylon Rope 3/4In. X 12 Ft. (1ft + 2 Lines of 11 ft each) with Stainless Steel Thimble and Chafe Guard;
This Excellent 3 Strand Twisted 100% PREMIUM Nylon Rope is desirable marine rope material due to its strength and durability.
Made with Premium high-tensile American manufactured 100% nylon fibers is, acid, mildew, rot, oil and gas resistant.
Minimum Tensile Strength: 13800 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: 13800 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.
  • Stainless Steel Thimble on buoy end. Professionally spliced soft eyes (2) on boat end (12" each)
  • Black or Blue Chafe Guard
  • 1/2" Galvanized shackle
  • Abrasion, Durability, Handing, Shock Load, Mildew&Rot Resistant
  • Good for boat size: 46' to 59'
  • Add Optional Chain Hook from only $8.00 more
  • Optional 2 pack of chafe guards https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0089/1781/1305/products/125597-12ae3fccd31a4176b6eb6c81533b46af_1024x1024@2x.jpg?v=1587163690 for only $20 more

 


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  • HI. INTERESTED IN THIS PRODUCT. I HAVE A 2005 CARVER 46 MY. SO IT SEEMS I SHOULD BE USING BASED ON YOUR DESCRIPTION THE 3/4 INCH LINE BUT NOT SURE IF I SHOULD GET 3/4 X 10 OR THE 3/4 X 12 ? HOW DO I DETERMINE THIS? ALSO, I WOULD LIKE TO USE AS A CHAIN SNUBBER AT ANCHOR BUT ALSO WHEN I PICK UP A MOORING BALL. WHAT TWO END ATTACHMENTS DO YOU RECOMMEND ?

    Thank you for your question.
    The length should be equal to 2 1/2 times the freeboard (the height of a ship's side between the waterline and the deck). I am not sure but the freeboard of your boat is about 6,' so the right line should be 15' or 20'. 
    About the second part of your question, yes you can use it as mooring line eventually. But it is not recommended to mooring  permanently.
    Thanks
    dbRopes