002.5R

Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Ring Buoy Assemblies

Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Ring Buoy Assemblies

Description

The Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Ring Assemblies are designed for offshore applications that require longer lengths of anchor chain.

Features

  • Designed for anchor lines rigged with more than 15 feet of chain
  • Easy to use - just slip over the anchor line when ready to raise anchor
  • Stainless steel ring and shackle
List Price
$70.95
Your Price
$65.90
In Stock

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Anchor Ring anchor retrieval is designed for offshore applications where longer lengths of anchor chain are common. Our Anchor Ring has been specifically engineered to offer exceptional performance and value to boaters. Once you have used our Anchor Ring anchor retrieval, you will never want to go back to hauling your anchor by hand again.

Features:

  • Can lift up to 80 lb anchor systems, depending on the capacity of the buoy
  • Stainless steel ring and shackle
  • Designed for anchor lines rigged with more than 15 feet of chain
  • Easy to use - just slip over your anchor line when ready to raise anchor
  • Can be used with any size buoy
  • Available in 2 models
    >Anchor Ring Standard is contructed from ¼" stainless steel
    >Anchor Ring Heavy-duty is constructed from 516" stainless steel
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in the USA
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Ring Buoy Assemblies 002.5R Anchor ring buoy assembly with standard red buoy, 30-pound capacity
$65.90
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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Ring Buoy Assemblies 002.6R Anchor ring buoy assembly with large red buoy, 60-pound capacity
$86.32
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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Ring Buoy Assemblies 002.7R Anchor ring buoy assembly with jumbo red buoy, 80-pound capacity
$104.90
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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Ring Buoy Assemblies 002.55R Anchor ring buoy assembly heavy duty with standard red buoy, 30-pound capacity
$69.60
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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Ring Buoy Assemblies 002.65R Anchor ring buoy assembly heavy duty with large red buoy, 60-pound capacity
$92.82
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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors Anchor Ring Buoy Assemblies 002.75R Anchor ring buoy ssembly heavy duty with jumbo red buoy, 90-pound capacity
$109.54
In Stock

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