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  • 5/8' Double Braid Anchor Line

    Anyone interested in splitting a spool with me? 300' each or maybe even go 3 ways on a spool. Let me know. 600' spool is aprox 500 bucks.
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    I have a new 300 foot spool of 5/8 double braided nylon for sale, $200. Breaking strength is 9,000 pounds.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Snowwolfe View Post
      I have a new 300 foot spool of 5/8 double braided nylon for sale, $200. Breaking strength is 9,000 pounds.
      PM sent, consider it sold.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by potbuilder View Post
        PM sent, consider it sold.
        Gotta love it when a plan comes together
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        • #5
          Darn this is a great forum! This is the way forums are supposed to work. Something for everyone...

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          • #6
            Just by way of FYI for anyone still in need--Trustworthy Hardware in Soldotna got in a shipment of 600' spool of double braided rode in varying sizes. They had it super cheap as well--$169 for 1/2 and 329 for 5/8's if I recall correctly. I just bought a spool a couple weeks ago myself.
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            • #7
              Thanks for the heads up, I'll have to pick up a spool of 1/2" on our way down to Homer.
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