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Show me your anchors, here's mine

A 45# Manson Supreme and a 44# Claw on a B393.


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You should know better than to put that one out to me...

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OK. You win!!

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Hummm that's definitely a trend .....

It has revealed a best choice also, here in the tropics .....



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I need a 150 feet of G40 5/16 chain to go with my Lewmar Pro 1000 I'm instaling. Any cheap suggestions?
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I need a 150 feet of G40 5/16 chain to go with my Lewmar Pro 1000 I'm instaling. Any cheap suggestions?

Here's the best place to get it. Free shipping too. Where's your anchor??
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i know used chain is not the best idea but bacon sails in annapolis has a bunch of used chain in long lengths right now. it all looked good to me the other day with no rust
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Sorry I'll get pictures of my anchors. Well it's a 35 pound plow and also a Fortress, forget the weight but it's bigger than I need and I also have a 10 pound grapple in the 9 foot dinghy.

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Well, I don't have a good photo of my anchor on my boat...but it's the same anchor as Maine Sails, a Rocna 15. That makes three Rocnas and a Manson Supreme and a Claw, so far at least.

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