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CQR Anchor

I am looking for a used 45 lb CQR. must be a lot of salvage in the south right now, does anyone have the phone number of some salvage yards that may have used anchors. hate to spend $700 on a new one.

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Re: CQR Anchor

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I have a 45lb CQR Made in Scotland used but like new. I am in Savannah GA and will let the above go for $350. A great buy.

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Re: CQR Anchor

Bill posted 9 years ago.

In the meantime, I can think of a number of CQRs I've seen lately as mailbox posts. *grin*
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Re: CQR Anchor

Many thanx for the time management lesson for the new guy

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Re: CQR Anchor

I have two CQR's I will sell for 100.00 each. One is currently on the bow the other in the chain locker. I just boat a new Mantus and no longer want or need the CQR's. Located Kemah, TX.
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Re: CQR Anchor

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Bill posted 9 years ago.

In the meantime, I can think of a number of CQRs I've seen lately as mailbox posts. *grin*
That observation, however, is priceless.

Sorry Ed, but that was pretty funny. Welcome to the forum.
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Re: CQR Anchor

Why a CQR? If you put a wanted post at the local marina i would imagine that you would get a lot of takers.
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Re: CQR Anchor

I sold our 60 pound CQR for $200.

Why would anyone want a CQR, when the new anchors are amazing?

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Re: CQR Anchor

They are cheaper than new and a good addition to ground tackle arrays I carry two fortresses a 16# and a 27# and a plow type also have a 30# navy anchor never know what may work in what conditions wouldn't say no to a cheap CQR onboard myself
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