Anchor roller

Published date: December 1, 2019
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

I mounted the custom anchor roller from Blue Water Yachts on "Sea Breeze." Works great and was not too difficult to install. The bow light is relocated onto a special bracket on the anchor roller. I had to extend (actually I replaced) the wire supplying current to the light. The original was not long enough. By carefully disconnecting the original light wire I was able to attach a 16-gauge marine wire to the original crimp terminals inside the light. The only splice is inside the boat above the v-berth. Some day I'll rewire from there back to the distribution panel.

Published by: MS Classifieds


Model Year: 1999

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