2 Piece 12.5' Stick It Anchor Pin Only with Tube Connector

Color:Black Anchor Pin
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12.5 foot Stick It Anchor Pin System with Stainless Steel Epoxy Tube Connector

Shippable assembled one-piece system

When you need the strength of a one-piece anchor pin, but want to use it in deeper water, this system is for you. 

This system is used when a customer requires a 10 foot, one-piece Stick It Anchor Pin where it is not available at a local dealer.  Ordinarily, we would ship you a one-piece 10 foot anchor pin, but shipping has gotten so expensive for items over 8 feet long ($300+).  We have designed a durable solution to this problem.  

Our solution is a 12.5' x ¾” reinforced polyester resin Anchor Pin connected with a Stainless Steel epoxy-together ferrule and attached to an ergonomically molded T handle.  We provide you with one end of the Stick It with the ferrule attached.  When you receive it you will attach the other end using the epoxy we provide you. Allow it to set overnight and you have a durable long Stick It without having to pay exorbitant shipping prices.  

The tube connector can only be used with the anchor lines and all our mounting brackets EXCEPT the Brake mounting system

Shipping Information

Shipments within the United States are shipped 1-3 business days after order has been received.

  • Orders with pins included ship for $25.95 per box via UPS Ground or FedEx.
  • Sandbar anchor kits ship for $30.95 per box via UPS Ground or FedEx.
  • Motor mounts and brakes only ship for $12.95 per box via UPS Ground or FedEx.
  • Accessories ship for $5.95 per box via USPS first class mail.

Delivery is 1-5 non-holiday business days from date of shipment for the lower 48 states.

***We cannot guarantee a specific delivery date due to carrier delays caused by weather or other circumstances.***

Orders are shipped from North Carolina.

Insurance is included at no extra cost.

About Us

Stick It Anchor Pins® has been making high-quality and easy anchoring products since 2006.  The founder developed the concept by adapting an old fishing rod, removing the eyelets, and using a lanyard to anchor his boat.  The original owners built it from that simple idea into a successful brand.  A true “American Dream” story.