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  1. #1
    Registered Tantrum's Avatar
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    USR, NJ

    Question Dock Lines?? C_Spray??

    Who's got a website to order custom dock lines? I need to get purple or teal for my boat and blue for a freinds.
    C_Spray; Where the line we talked about in AC ordered over the internet or marina?

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    Platinum Member Charter Member
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    so. WI

    or call direct

    1-800-TOP-KNOT (Dick & Marcia)

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    Cape Coral FL
    I use Miami Cordage. They will custom make most any color you want and even interlace two other colors. Prices aren't bad either.
    Tell them Terry @ Nor-Tech sent ya.

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    Charter Member #9/ Moderator Charter Member LakeRacer's Avatar
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    99 Advantage 34 Offshore
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    Phoenix, AZ, USA


    Help an OSO brother out. I sell them on

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    What would you need those dock line for???
    To tie up in the parking lot of Typhoon??

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    Registered User BAJA WILL's Avatar
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    Don't even mention the word boat
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    Tampa, Indian Shores Beach
    I have the ones lakeracer sells, they are very nice. They don't bleed and hold up great.


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    Diamond Member #001 Charter Member C_Spray's Avatar
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    2000 Formula 382 with Innovation 600's
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    Coastal North Carolina
    Chris - If you want "real" braid-on-braid, it's Miami Cordage ( all the way. I had them do the entire package for the 38 Formula: 4 - 30' by 1/2", 4 - 20' by 1/2", 8 - 6' by 3/8" fender whips, and a 250' by 1/2' 3-strand anchor rode with 8' of stainless chain spliced directly in. They do perfect braid-on-braid splices (ever try that?) to the exact size you specify, and whip both the splice and the bitter end. All of it was flawless, and (per my request) they whipped the 30' lines with red twine and the 20' lines with matching blue twine so I can tell them apart at a glance. It's all held up real well, and cost less that store-bought stuff. They will probably even make a beer cooler-launching sling for you....

    The lines I had on the BatBoat with the boat name embroidered on them were the single-braid floating type with the sewn splices. I got them from The embroidery was free and the service was great. No complaints there, either.

    ActiveFun - OUCH!!!
    Retired! Boating full-time now.

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    Chris knows I don't mean any harm. (I hope)

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