$4.95
 
Anchor Cord
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Anchor Cord is great to use as an anchor line, or for even tying down miscellaneous items to your kayak. This particular Anchor Cord has low stretch, high strength, and is resistant to UV damage.

• Drab olive and black
• UV stable
• Low stretch
• Perfect to use for an anchor line or life line
• Comes in a 50 foot section
Item #: 236
Length: 600 in / 1524 cm
Diameter: 3/16"
Break Strength: 395 lbs.
Part Number UPC
0812
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By: Tony  Date: Sep 24, 2014 
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Works as it should

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By: Isaac  Date: Apr 01, 2014 
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Nice cord, nice color. I used mine for an anchor trolley. Enough for one side of a 14' yak but not both. This may be nit picky, but this stuff melts and cools nicely after being cut and warmed with a lighter (some cord compositions burn and discolor before they melt). Just cut with sharp scissors, fray slightly, remove about 3/16th" of the core, heat with a lighter, and touch up the melted end by lightly pressing it to the flat side of a knife. You'll have a nice clean end.

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Q: I'm trying to find the little metal clamps that can be used on an anchor trolley instead of tying a knot to the ring. They're small metal "C" shaped clamps that you squeeze down on the rope with pliers, then slide a plastic sleeve over them that shrinks when heated. Can you tell me what these are called, and if you have them?
A: They are called Hog Rings, unfortunately we dont have then available.
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