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Rope Logic's Black Bee Line 8mm Split Tail 5ft

Rope Logic's Black Bee Line 8mm Split Tail 5ft
Item #: 34200
5/16in diameter 5 feet long, Grizzly Spliced at SHERRILLtree with tight eye for carabiner use, includes dated safety label. Yale Cordage Bee Line has high heat and abrasion resistance. 100% Vectron Fiber core, 75% black Technora cover, and 25% black filament polyester cover.

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New for 2012, SherrillTree is offering an improved version of the popular Bee-Line. Made with Technora-black, these 8 and 10 mm eye tails feature a para-aramid fiber with high tensile strength, high modulus and excellent resistance to heat and chemicals. It has been solution dyed – which ensures the color reaches right to the core of each filament, giving it a deep black color, and the added bonus of increased UV resistance. As a filament yarn, Technora has proven its superior properties in our climbing prusiks. 100% Vectran fiber core, 75% black Technora cover, and 25% black filament polyester cover.

SPLIT TAIL Bee-Line Black 8mm x 5' G-Spliced SINGLE EYE
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.30 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand SHERRILLtree
Color Black
Diameter 5/16 in (8 mm)
Length 5 ft
Certifications or Standards NO
Meets ANSI Standards YES
Melting Point 800° F
Tensile Strength 6,480 lbs ( 28.8 kN )
Working Load Limit Vertical 6000 lbs (28.4 kN)
UPC Code 723641202496

Customer Reviews

I will surely be ordering more equipment from Sherrilltree in the near future Review by Castaway
I received and tried out my split tail. so far it is working great on my 11mm rope. I am also pleased with Sherrilltree's prompt response to my order.
(Posted on 10/18/2017)
Perfect Split Tail Review by Kevin (Jocko) Jacques
Was perfect split tail for my 7/16 climbing rope. Thanks Sherrilltree! (Posted on 2/17/2017)
not to good Review by shaun
I nice and thin but it does not wanna tighten up and stay I'm non stop slipping while I'm tied in and that is not the best feeling. (Posted on 6/19/2014)