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Date Posted: - Monday - 07/14/08 - 7:40pm
Author: Chuck
Subject: You might try
In reply to: John & Jan 's message, "M40 Anchor Locker" on - Monday - 07/14/08 - 1:38pm

We have the same issue and are experimenting with a couple of things. But you might consider reducing the amount of chain you are using.

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[> M40 Anchor Locker -- Peter Karczmar, - Wednesday - 07/16/08 - 10:34pm

I ran a PVC pipe from the chain locker underneath the V-bearth. The first 100' of the anchor chain sits under the V-bearth and the other 100' (the stuff I'm most likely to use on a regular basis) sits in the chain locker in front of the V-bearth. The only time I foresee a problem is if I needed to use the additional 100' of chain at which point I would have to manually feed it down the PVC pipe...hasn't happened yet.

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