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looking to trade CQR 45 for smaller anchor

If any of you have been anchored in a snot storm and wished you had a bigger anchor, here is your chance to upgrade. The arm on this 45 overhangs my locker door by a few inches so I need one a couple sizes smaller.

I am headed south from Norfolk around Jan 1 and would like to meet on the ICW for an even swap.
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Just curious as to what size boat you've got??
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Its a Pearson 31-2. My working anchor is a Fortress 11. The CQR is my uh-oh anchor but I have to move it to get at the Fortress in the locker. PITA.
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ive got a 25 cqr if you are interested. im in key largo
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