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Samson Amsteel Blue Rope 8mm 13700 lbs tensile

Samson Amsteel Blue Rope 8mm 13700 lbs tensile
Item #: 31599
$1.95
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5/16-inch 13,700 tensile strength. (Sold by the foot)
Coined ininsynthetic steelinin by many, this super strong Amsteel Blue rope is so light it floats on water yet is soft to the touch even when heavily abused. Quickly becoming preferred by steel cable users of many disciplines.in

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Samson Amsteel Blue Winch line is a super strong rope and a replacement rope for virtually any style or size of powered winch. Replace worn out steel wire cables with Amsteel Blue rope and experience a much more work friendly material with no loss of strength!

Amsteel Blue rope is perfect for portable winches and winches on chippers, work trucks, SUVs, digger derricks, ATVs, tractors and more. Your order might depend upon winch strength and hub size if you prefer the perfect fit. We have an easy formula to predict line length to maximize line reach. Winch Drum Formula (XLS)

Unique characteristics of Samson's Amsteel Blue Winch Line include:
• Stronger than wire yet floats on water
• Low Elongation, low stretch, no recoil
• Non-rotational (unlike twisted cable)
• Will not abrade like wire to expose sharp edges
• Soft and flexible, gloves not required for use
• Torque free
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.03 lb.
Final Sale Item Yes
Brand Samson
Color Blue
Diameter 5/16 in (8 mm)
Strand Count 12 Strand
Elongation 0.46%
Material Dyneema
Meets ANSI Standards Yes
Melting Point 290 Degrees F
Tensile Strength 13,700 lbs ( 60.9 kN )
Waterproof Floats on Water
Working Load Limit 1370 lbs ( 6 kN )
MPN 872020824090
UPC Code 30213109580
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Personal Favorite- Review by DS
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Amsteel is a great cordage with many uses. Some say it better be made of gold for the price- it basically is, considering its versatility and spliceability.

I like the 1/4" amsteel for climbing (over 7k tensile) and the 8-10mm for rigging slings. Super strong, super light.

It will pick and fuzz easily, and dynamic loading is a no-no. While it is strong, it is very static and has a low melting point. Shock loading stretches it, which heats it up, and it also creates friction at knots and bends, which also generates heat. Know the gear you're using, and know how to use it. (Posted on 5/27/2016)