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Anyone need some coated steel lifelines?

I've got 4 unused pieces of 5/16" coated cable lifelines if anyone in the US wants them for the cost of shipping. The catch is they're not that long: 2 of the pieces are about 18 1/2 feet and the other 2 are 17 1/2 feet. If that works for you they're yours.
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Re: Anyone need some coated steel lifelines?

US Sailing calls for uncoated lifelines if you want to race, so the market for your lifelines is cruisers. You might have better luck posting at a local marina, since there'd be no shipping charges then.
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