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Suncor 316 SS Lifeline Kit with Gate
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Suncor 316 SS Lifeline Kit with Gate
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Suncor 316 SS Lifeline Kit with Gate Customer Questions and Answers

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Does this come with Coated or Un-Coated wire? Is there an option to go with un-coated? Thank you!

Asked on 08/31/2015 by Ryan Easter

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Thank you!

Answered on 08/31/2015 by Ryan Easter
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Thank you! I'd also like un-coated as you are correct, it is far safer :)

Answered on 08/31/2015 by Ryan Easter

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I purchased un-coated as that is the safest. You will always be able to see the state of the lifeline and not wonder what is under the coating. I purchased these kits and installed it very quick and simply for the entire boat. I would not hesitate in recommending them.

Answered on 08/31/2015 by JAMES FARRELL

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uncoated as I remember.. not sure how you would cut and attach coated.

Answered on 09/01/2015 by jeff stallings

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You can buy the kits with covered or uncovered wire. I chose uncovered. They were easy to install. Online videos provide excellent tutorials. I'm a satisfied customer. BTW--tighter the fitting onto the wire as much as you can using large wrenches and retighten again after a few days. HR

Answered on 08/31/2015 by HY ROTHSTEIN
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I have a 1981 Hunter sailboat... I have one strand of life line from bow pulpit to stern pulpit. the kit comes with 40 feet of life line...wouldn't I need more of this? will this be enough?

Asked on 10/30/2011 by jeff sippy

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You should measure the current lifeline. If it's less than, say, 38 feet, you should be OK. (I'm allowing 2 feet for cutting ends to length, screwups, etc.) But note that if you're planning to install a gate, the stanchions on either side of the gate need "legs" to resist the load in the remainder of the lifeline. Yours probably don't have these (or there would be a gate already!)

Answered on 07/10/2012 by JOHN HUGHES
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