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    I just picked one up for $414.00 shipped with synthetic line, look for a coupon from stoorz and it will be from Streetside auto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bat View Post
    I just picked one up for $414.00 shipped with synthetic line, look for a coupon from stoorz and it will be from Streetside auto.
    Wow, good price. thanks!
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    Dynema (SPectra) is not damaged by UV over it's working life. Steel is more effected by water (rust), broken wires in the weave, and is more dangerous in use. I would go with synthetic...
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    There is a good source for high tensile strength Spectra rope - http://www.novabraid.com/rope/spectec.html

    Dyneema and Spectra ropes from 1600 lb test to 110,000 lb test.
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