Extreme Max 3006.2027 BoatTector 3/8 x 50 Premium Solid Braid MFP Anchor Line with Snap Hook Black
Extreme Max 3006.2027 BoatTector 3/8' x 50' Premium Solid Braid MFP Anchor Line with Snap Hook, Black: Sports & Outdoors. Buy Extreme Max 3006.2027 BoatTector 3/8" x 50' Premium Solid Braid MFP Anchor Line with Snap Hook, Black: Tie Downs & Anchors - ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases. 3/8” x 50’ premium multifilament polypropylene (MFP) solid braid anchor line with plated steel snap hook on one end . MFP is lightweight and floatable, with low stretch and minimal water absorption; it resists saltwater, gas, oil, acids, abrasion, mildew and UV . *Working load limit: 250 lbs. / Breaking strength: 1290 lbs. . Solid braid is smooth and flexible, with a structure that resists kinks or hockles . Limited Lifetime Warranty . BoatTector products are designed to provide optimal protection for boats and watercraft. Every item we offer has been carefully selected for its durability and performance in harsh marine conditions. This premium anchor line is lightweight and floatable, with a tough solid braid construction, and a plated steel snap hook for simple, secure anchor attachment. MFP (Multifilament Polypropylene) anchor line is stronger and softer than traditional polypropylene. It’s more economical than nylon or polyester, with the soft hand feel of nylon at a lower price point. It’s lighter weight than its nylon and polyester counterparts, and will float when thrown in water. MFP holds knots well, and has high abrasion resistance. It also resists chemicals, rot, and mildew. This solid braid anchor line is round, flexible and smooth. Unlike twisted or diamond braid ropes, it won’t unravel when cut with knife or scissors. Solid braid is also less likely to kink or hockle. All BoatTector line and cordage products are designed for optimal utility and durability, and carry a limited lifetime warranty. * Working Load Limits shown are guidelines. This product is intended for non-critical consumer applications. Not to be used for overhead lifting, or in applications with a risk of death, personal injury or property damage. . . .