Smittybilt's XRC synthetic winch rope is manufactured from Dyneema SK-75 which is lighter and stronger than the traditional steel cables plus it won?t kink, curl or splinter. Each of our ropes is specially treated to be UV stable as well as heat treated. All of our ropes include a 10? protective sleeve; stainless steel thimble and safety hook with connector link which means it comes complete with nothing else to buy.
Just purchased this line from 4WP Tulsa. Box shows a picture of removable winch hook, but the actual hook is not removable without cutting, which I will end up doing, but is risky to perform around the synthetic line. Makes it difficult to use a separate hook.
from Tulsa OK
4.0Close to perfect
The product is exactly what I was expecting except for the fact that you cannot swap out the hook. They way it is attached leaves no way to remove it without cutting it off.
This frayed way too soon. Have used it once and had the smittybilt fairlead. It hasn’t broken but I wouldn’t expect to see fraying up and down the line on the very first 15 minutes of use.
Scott from Norman,Thanks for the question.This Smittybilt 12,000 Pound XRC Synthetic Winch Rope, 88 Foot Length will work on your Ramsey 9500.You will need to change the roller fairlead
to a hawse fairlead.If you dont you might have problems with synthetic rope get stuck in rollers.
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