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*FOUND* Cheapest Cordage/ Running Rigging / Line on internet

Since I've already replaced everything on my boat with some type of double braid spectra/dyneema from this cordage list, I figured I could give something back now that I'm not in competition for the good colors and lengths.
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Write down the info on the line you want from the list then call "Danny" at
(401) 643 1576 and he will process your order.

Check out the prices

Hall Spars & Rigging | Scrap Rope

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Not to argue, but...

Another source is Cajun. Better prices, I think.

Cajun Trading Company, commercial and pleasure marine cordage rope products, Boating and Yachting Supplies, running rigging kits

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IMHO, Cajun has decent prices but the NE Ropes has a better product. I was getting 10mm T-900 at $2.00 / ft or so.

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