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US $48.00
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青岛, 山东省, China
Condition:New Brand:Unbranded Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:oo--17

1/4*100ft Red Synthetic Rope 6500lbs+,ATV Winch Rope Cable,Spectra Winch Line

Product Description
Condition: Brand New 
Package includes: 1X Winch Rope
Length:100ft 
Thickness:1/4"
Breaking Strength:Average 6500lbs+ 
Color:Red
Material:Synthetic Fiber 
Parts:Thimble and nylon sleeve
Wgight:about 760g

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