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Anchor chain to anchor chain

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Anchor chain to anchor chain

Postby Seif911 » May 27th, 2013, 8:49 am

Good Morn' All,
Have you wondering with that topic, I bet? Ok, the 1st 3' of chain connected to the anchor is very rusty and rusting on my deck. I bought some rubber coated chain, 6' of it, but would like to keep the rest of the chain that is in the chain locker. I was wondering if there are any good connectors out there to connect the rubber chain to the rest of the chain. Any ideas? I can cut the rusted part off but don't want to lose all of the rest of the chain.

I have to say I was impressed with the light weight anchor holding this massive boat (massive to me!). I have had way heavier anchors not hold my way smaller boats. I have a feeling it was a lack of chain on my smaller boats. I think I am going to buy some chain for all of my anchors.

22' Godfrey Hurricane Fun Deck, Fiberglass hull, 175 HP, Deck boat
24' Chrysler Cruiseliner III (Lonestar), 120 HP, Aluminum Hull, Cabin, 1968
33' Carver Mariner, fiberglass hull, 520 HP, Yacht, 1977

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