Synthetic Winch Line, Dark Gray, 25/64-inch x 94 feet, Universal

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Rugged Ridge

Rugged Ridge is an exciting brand developed to provide quality & functional Jeep accessories for the growing Jeep aftermarket. As a Division of Omix-ADA, the leader in replacement parts for Jeep vehicles, the Rugged Ridge pedigree is well established in the market. Rugged Ridge has created over 2,500 products that are custom designed to fit Jeep vehicles and even more are in the pipeline.

Manufacturer: Rugged Ridge
Part # 15102.13
My Price:
$389.82
Market Price: 423.99 You Save 8%
Availability: In Stock

Product Features:

This 25/64 inch x 94 foot dark gray synthetic winch line from Rugged Ridge has a breaking strength of 19,310 lbs. Includes a chafe guard and hook.

  • Dark Gray
  • 25/64 inch line
  • 94 Feet Long
  • Floats on water
  • Will not splinter, kink or curl

Description:

This 25/64-inch x 94 foot dark gray synthetic winch line from Rugged Ridge is lighter and stronger than the traditional steel cables, so no more worrying about kinking or breaking steel strands. Synthetic rope does not store energy like steel cables, and in the event of a failure it is much less likely to result in severe injuries caused by the whiplash of a broken wire rope. Synthetic winch lines are easier to unspool, making recovery easier. Includes a chafe guard to protect the rope from abrasion, a black powder-coated latch hook, and a stainless steel thimble.

This Part Fits:

  • Universal (1954-2017)