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Boat Bow Rollers for Anchors

Find Good Quality Bow Rollers for Anchors

Get in touch with us if you're looking for bow rollers for anchors because we don’t leave anything to chance with the boat parts online in Australia here at Grab Your Tackle. Damaged parts on boats are tricky; the damage can quickly spread and become many times more expensive. That’s especially true if you’re out on the water when it happens. Even if it’s just a single damaged part, that’s still more money than anyone would care to burn.
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There are plenty of ways to secure cheap replacement parts, but that’s only risking the same thing happening again. The best way to avoid that altogether is to find durable, affordable parts that, with just a bit of regular maintenance, won’t break when it counts. That’s a risk you don’t want to take with your bow anchor roller.

And the best place to find those kinds of durable parts is right here. When you check out our store, you’ll find reputable, respected brands for boating and fishing parts and accessories. Each item has plenty of details in its listing, and you can reach out to us to ask about any missing information before you buy. Once you’ve finalised your order, you’ll also be able to have it delivered wherever you are in Australia for much cheaper than almost any other seller.

So rather than taking risks with safety or money, why not trust in something sturdy and reliable? Why not trust in one of our boat bow anchor holders!

Maintenance Tips for Your Boat Anchor Roller

Here are a few tips that you might find useful once you’ve found the right bow anchor roller

  • Keep the splice slightly loose: Many modern models of bow rollers for anchors feature a rode which is a combination of rope and chain. If your boat anchor roller is the same, then the point where the two meet is the splice. To avoid putting too much strain on your winch, check the splice regularly for tightness. If you see no gap between the two materials, try softening the rope with cool water and softener. A rope that’s left without softening will become inflexible, which wears out the whole mechanism much faster.
  • Check the wires:If your bow anchor roller is motorised, you’ll want to make sure none of it is corroded. Catching corrosion early can prevent irreparable damage. The exact mechanism in winches varies from model to model, but most of them have electrical parts, so watch out for yours.
  • Keep lubricant handy:You want to make sure any moving parts in your winch are properly lubricated to avoid them damaging each other over time. Improperly greased parts will usually make odd grinding sounds and require much more effort to use. A little bit of maintenance can help your winch last much longer!
  • Perform maintenance in calm waters:Any sort of checking on your boat’s mechanisms should be done in still water whenever possible. On top of checking your winch at least once a year, make sure to do it when the mechanism is secure and static.

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We’re here to help with any questions or doubts you may have about boat bow anchor holde. To reach us, you can use 1800 941 115 or Otherwise, we hope you find what you're looking for in our shop.
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