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Re: Loooking for bowroller suggestions

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The leverage forces on a sprit can be tremendous
Cant do that less than right
If forces at anchorage have already bent a reasonable quality steel Danforth which for a 38 foot boat is at minimum somewhere around a 25 lb anchor then yes it would have to be well designed/engineered and installed 100% righteously. No shortcuts or should be good enough's.
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Yes no doubt. My primary objective is to have the ability to deploy a larger anchor. I still think I will rely on the deck cleats to hold the rode or snubber.

Could be tough to get away with a cheap soloution on this one. Iím determined to figure something since I really want to feel secure on bigger tackle.


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This product (https://stainlessoutfitters.com/prod...chor-carriers/) looks very similar to the one my friend has on his Pearson I was referring to. I think it will do the trick!
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Re: Loooking for bowroller suggestions

This is mine. Might be good on your boat . . .

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Re: Loooking for bowroller suggestions

I think you want the anchor secure and easy to deploy. When I press the down button the anchor may nor drop unless I give it a little kick or lift the shank and that gets it going down. You want a set up that you can quickly/easily deploy.

pay attention... someone's life depends on it

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Re: Loooking for bowroller suggestions

Swedish company with lots of nice solutions
https://www.batsystem.se/en/gallery/sweden-yacht-38-2/

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Re: Loooking for bowroller suggestions

Heart and brain....all trusting that connection when the gale/squall rolls thru.
If you are putting it out there (pun intended)....its all you hold dear
I really like the fairlead connection to boat...and just hanger idea for anchor.

Sweet dreams are made of this...good sleep
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This is mine. Might be good on your boat . . .


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