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Anchor Roller/Holder for P30 or P26

Does anyone have a good method for stowing /hauling a CQR ( 25 lbs, I thi8nk) anchor on a P30 or similar. I have a roller furling thus leaving little room to install much of anything at the center of the bow without putting a West Marine type roller/holder out at a pretty ridiculous angel
Until yesterday I had a very nice bowsprint with rollers but..........see previous post.
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25lb CQR in a Windline URM1 on a P30. I used a piece of teak to shim up to the height of the toerail
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Thanks that was very helpful !!
How do u like your 84 Pearson ? That's a totally different boat design, no ?
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Check out Garhauer as well. They have a nice bow roller. One of my upcoming projects.
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Any trouble with those mooring lines being shredded by the anchor (or even the roller)?
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Thanks that was very helpful !!
How do u like your 84 Pearson ? That's a totally different boat design, no ?
Barquito - I've had this set up for 13 years and never had a problem - but my mooring is in a pretty calm harbor.

TBG - I'm having a little trouble bringing myself to list the 30 if that answers your question. A freind borrowed the 34 and I sailed circles around it (literally) with the 30. I'll do a bottom job, template the keel, folding prop, new sails, then I'll see if I can let the 30 go.
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