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I'd second Halekai's recommendation of the Polydyne pendants.

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Originally Posted by halekai36 View Post
Joel,

The same thing is cheaper at Hamilton Marine

3/4 X 15 pendant


I really do feel the Yale Polydyne pendants with stainless thimble are well worth it though!

I replace every two, regardless, but I'm overly anal, and the one I just took off could probably go another three at least! There is NO wear on the thimble and NO corrosion between the galvanized shackle and stainless. Galvy thimbles wear out well before the pendant will.

3/4 X 16 Yale Polydyne
halekai! I just saw this... too late now but thank you for the info anyway. If i don't learn to splice before i need them again i'll go with Hamilton Marine.

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