Complete Folding Anchor System
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- 3-1/3 pound 4-fluke folding anchor will hold in mud, sand, gravel and rock
- Designed for boats, sailboats, personal watercraft, inflatable boats, canoes, and float tubes
- Fits under most boat seats, in PWC storage compartments, or in PWC storage canisters
- 25-foot long marine-grade rope
- Durable nylon storage case is padded for added protection
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This 3.5 lb anchor will hold your PWC, canoe, dinghy, or float tube in sand, mud, sand, gravel, and rock. The durable nylon storage case holds the included 25 feet of rope, marker bouy, giant snap hook, and anchor.
This complete anchor system from Kwik-Tek is in a class by itself. The 3-1/3 pound, 4-fluke folding anchor will hold in mud, sand, gravel, and rock. Designed for boats, sailboats, personal watercraft, inflatable boats, canoes, and float tubes, the anchor is coated to protect finishes. Its durable nylon storage case is padded for added protection and to dampen noise while the anchor is stowed. This system Fits under most boat seats, in PWC storage compartments, or in PWC storage canisters. The 25-foot long marine-grade rope with an in-line buoy is spliced to the anchor and a heavy-duty stainless steel snap hook.
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- Untie the rope it comes with and retie it to opposite end of the anchor. Then, where the anchor originally was attached, attach the rope to that loop with a zip tie.
- Add some weight to the rope just before the anchor handle. This can be done by adding a length of chain to the rope before the anchor.
(Read below if you're wanting to know what the purpose for doing these modifications)
- The reason to retie the rope to the opposite end of the anchor and to place a zip tie at the original location is because doing so will give you a different angle to pull the anchor from should it get lodged somewhere. Ideally, if the anchor gets stuck, you can pull on the rope hard enough causing the zip tie to break and changing the angle your pulling at and hopefully dislodging the anchor.
- The reason to add weight to the rope is because as the anchor sits in the water, there are times where the hooks of the anchor dont grab to the ground. Instead it'll glide across the bottom. Adding weight just before the handle will cause the handle end to tilt to the sea floor and increasing the chances the hooks will grab onto the ground. I hope that makes sense. I added a foot of chain from Lowes onto mine. If I'm not mistaken it cost about 3$ or so for the length of chain.