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Checking to see if anyone may have a source for odd sized replacement anchor roller wheels? I don't know the age or make of my anchor roller and Windline doesn't appear to carry the size of wheel I need. 3" dia, 2-3/8" W, 3/4" shaft. Thanks!
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No hot leads, Mary. If your search is unsuccessful you can take a block of your material of choice to a local machine shop and they'll crank you out one in short order.
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A friend of mine had an anchor roller made up of bronze instead of marathane... and she's had it for years... might be an idea for you. Doesn't work so well if you use a combination rode, but if you're all chain, it'll last a good deal longer.
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