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The one down in New Bedford had some of the Ancor electrical terminals, along with the supplies one would need to make docks. This is probably due to the importance of the waterfront and fishing industry in the area.

BTW, the brand is Ancor, not Anchor, which is what you've got too many of to begin with.
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Originally Posted by halekai36 View Post
A select few Home Depot stores, mostly in Florida, do carry a very small assortment of anchor wire and connectors. Unfortunately, none of the Home Depot stores in the North East, that I've been in, carry Anchor products.
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