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Ballistic Nylon Sliding Sleeve

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Synthetic line is great stuff; it is lightweight and easier to haul up a hill to find yourself a solid mounting point. If the rock or tree should give way, the synthetic line doesn't store as much energy as steel cable and usually just falls to the ground rather than becoming a dangerous whip. We also like how the rope doesn't kink and fray when trying to spool it in, but, unlike cable, rope must be protected from abrasion. Warn's 3/8-inch rope comes with a Ballistic Nylon Sliding Sleeve which can be used where the rope must lie over the edge of rocks.

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