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2.8 Reflect It Rope (25 feet)

$6.50

2.8 Reflect It is for those who prefer to make their own whoopie slings and Continuous loops, Dutchware can provide you with the color of your choice in small or large quantities.

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2.8 Reflect It is for those who prefer to make their own whoopie slings and Continuous loops, Dutchware can provide you with the color of your choice in small or large quantities.

2.8 Reflect It

  • Colors: Black, Orange, Yellow, Blue, Green.
  • 1.1 g per foot / 1500 pound breaking strength
  • Sold in 25 foot increments however the order will come as 1 piece or hank.

Examples: if you order 2 units you will get a 50′ rope, over 100′ normally broken into 100′ increments unless otherwise requested.

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SKU SOV019

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  1. tom.spis

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    tom.spis

    What material is the rope made from (HMWPE, nylon, polypropylene, polyester, etc.)?

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      DutchWare Gear

      UHWMPE material

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  2. jpturnham

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    jpturnham

    What is the difference between this 2.8 Reflect It Rope and the Reflective Cord? Will this work with a Line Lock Hook?

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      Carolyn

      Carolyn

      The 2.8 reflect it is comparable to the 7/64 amsteel and will have a breaking strength of 1500lbs. The reflective cord is much smaller and normally used for guy lines with a breaking strength of 225lbs and it is not a breaded cord. You will not be able to use the 2.8 with the line lock hook.

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