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    Default EZ Anchor #15 3/8 Rope Capacity?

    Anyone using a #15 EZ Anchor Puller that can give me some information on how much rope capacity you can get on a #15. I am looking for an EZ Anchor Puller that could possibly give me close to 600' of 3/8 rope with 26 feet of 5/8ths chain. I don't want any bigger than a #15 and that is the only one that doesn't list estimated length for 3/8 rope. I am using 1/2 rope today but really don't think I need anymore than 3/8.

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    Derrick
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    Default Ez Anchor Puller

    I have an Ez Anchor puller but I am not sure which model it is. I am using 3/8 line and 30ft of 3/8 chain. The 3/8 line is around 500ft long. I had this anchor puller installed on my 2007 Coldwater. One thing I would do is replace the plastic mounting plate on the bottom of the winch with a 3/8" or thicker alumium plate. My plastic plate broke and the setup came off and went into the Ocean. Ez Anchor paid for fixing the winch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by captaindd View Post
    I have an Ez Anchor puller but I am not sure which model it is. I am using 3/8 line and 30ft of 3/8 chain. The 3/8 line is around 500ft long. I had this anchor puller installed on my 2007 Coldwater. One thing I would do is replace the plastic mounting plate on the bottom of the winch with a 3/8" or thicker alumium plate. My plastic plate broke and the setup came off and went into the Ocean. Ez Anchor paid for fixing the winch.

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    Hi DMan!
    That is one very large unit. I asume you are going to mount it on your Hewescraft. Curious as to why that unit? I do like the way it is self contained, no worry about below deck and rode lockers etc.

    Henry

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlaskaM5 View Post
    Hi DMan!
    That is one very large unit. I asume you are going to mount it on your Hewescraft. Curious as to why that unit? I do like the way it is self contained, no worry about below deck and rode lockers etc.

    Henry
    The smaller units don't come near 600' of rode with chain. I would like to have as close to 600' with chain as possible. This wouldn't be going on the Hewes......
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