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3/16" X 200 Ft. Pre-cut Dyneema Rope Hank. Gray.*discounted*. Us Made. on 2040-parts.com

US $75.00
Location:

Harmony, North Carolina, United States

Harmony, North Carolina, United States
"dirty" in spots .
Brand:Samson Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:does not apply UPC:Does not apply

3/16" x 100 ft. Pre- Cut coated Dyneema rope hank. Coated. Gray.*Discounted*
"Dirty" 

*Tensile strength-5500 lb.

-Torque free 12 strand single braid
-Maximum strength to weight ratio
-Excellent wire rope replacement
-Low stretch and wear resistance
-Floats and can be spliced

***If you need a different length or color please contact us as we have a bulk supply****

*Photos are of actual rope but shades may vary slightly due to equipment, lighting,  monitors etc...

-Made in USA

Valley Rope

1-844-296-ROPE





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