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Product DescriptionThe unique shank configuration of the Chene anchor allows for 45° of holding surface, so the large flukes penetrate deeply. Slip shank angle makes the anchor 100% retrievable. Can be retrieved straight up without the use of a separate trip line. High-tensile zinc-plated steel construction. Not for use with anchor chains. Use anchor rope only.
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Q:Can you tell me the dimensions of the largest model Chene Anchor for 30-35 boatsAsked on 3/8/2014 by mixitupgreat from Lake Geneva, Wi
A:From the vendor:
Weight 8 lbs
Shank - 5 1/4 x 15 inches
Stock - 15 inches
Fluke - less than 15 inches
Holding Power - Depends on conditionsAnswered on 3/17/2014 by Anonymous
Q:How long is the resting rod on this model? ThanksAsked on 10/23/2013 by Mike from Bradenton, Fl.
A:The resting bar on this is 15 inches long.Answered on 10/23/2013 by Anonymous
Q:I can't tell how big the anchor. Can you give me some dememsionsAsked on 8/13/2009 by Anonymous
A:12 x 12 x 6 inchesAnswered on 9/18/2009 by Bryant C from Tech Department
Q:33824 how much does it wiegh? why notuse a chain?Asked on 5/9/2009 by dooman from cleveland oh. area
A:This item weighs 8lbs and does not use an anchor chain because the design of this anchor causes the flukes to pop up and not hold if a chain is used. The weight of the anchor chain pulls the top of the anchor down and causes the flukes not to hold properly.Answered on 5/13/2009 by Ryan from Overtons