Universal Mooring Bridle/Snubber System
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MANTUS ANCHORSUniversal Mooring Bridle/Snubber System

Prices from $189.99 - To $429.99

$429.99

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Model # 17750928 | Mfg # MANBRIDLE-UNI-LUPC # 853750004305

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Product Overview

This bridle system gives your boat a fighting chance to stay put on its mooring in rough weather.

This bridle takes the strain of the chain rode, thus offloading the gypsy on the windlass and reduces the stress on the windlass deck joint. It allows the load to be taken by the appropriate deck cleats that are designed for high loads. Reduces the wear on the boat, with all the load on the cleats via the bridle, so there is no noise, no chain jerking and snagging on the foredeck.

Three-strand nylon line stretches to absorb the shock loads from wind gusts and wave action. With the long bridle the chain is lowered below the waterline and offers better effective scope and additional shock absorption. Select a chain hook (sold separately) that fits the chain size of your anchor rode.

Key Features

  • Strong and durable
  • Designed to absorb the shock load from wind gusts and waves as high as three feet
  • Employs chafe protection to all areas exposed to rubbing
  • Uses heavy duty 316L stainless steel shackles and thimbles
  • Mantus Chain Hook/Grabber sized for your chain sold separately
  • Carabiner used to attach the bridle to the mooring line

Universal Anchor Mooring Bridle/Snubber System Selection Chart

 

Bridle SizeSmallMediumLarge
Boat Size30' to 40'40' to 50'50' to 70'
Line Diameter5/8"3/4"1"
Max. Working Load (MWL)12,200lb.16,700lb.29,400lb.
Bridle Length Overall28'29'34'
Individual Leg Length25'25'30'
Heavy-Duty 316SS Thimble Size5/8"3/4"1"
316SS Forged Shackle7/16″ S0116-FS121/2″ S0116-FS131/2″ S0116-FS13
Carabiner Max. Working Load (MWL)4,400lb.8,000lb.8,000lb.

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