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YakAttack "LeverLoc Anchor Trolley"

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YakAttack LeverLoc Anchor Trolley

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Brand:
YakAttack
Model:
LeverLock Anchor Trolley
MSRP ($):
29.99

The first anchor trolley with components designed specifically for the job, the YakAttack "LeverLoc Anchor Trolley" HD includes backing plates for the pulleys and clamp, enabling a heavy duty install when compared to the self-threading screws included in the standard LeverLoc Anchor Trolley. Featuring Harken® Pulleys for smooth line movement and 4 Pad Hooks for securing loose trolley line stays in place on the side of the kayak. The built-in LeverLoc locks the trolley line by a simple flip of a switch and at .4 inches tall it is extremely low profile making for a snag free install. When not in use the anchor ring snaps into the LeverLoc so you always know where it is. For trolley line, included is 35’ of USA made 550 paracord with a highly reflective tracer for extra low light visibility.

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