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All Gear 7/16" x 600 ft Finish Line SRT Kernmantle Arborist Rope - 6600 lbs Breaking StrengthImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

All Gear 7/16" x 600 ft Finish Line SRT Kernmantle Arborist Rope - 6600 lbs Breaking Strength

Item #:AG-716FLX600
USUALLY SHIPS:24hrsDetails
PRICE PER:600 ft Spool
Price:$474.00
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  • Product Description
  • Specifications
  • Safety Notice
  • All Gear 7/16" x 600 ft Finish Line SRT Kernmantle Arborist Rope - 6600 lbs Breaking Strength

    • A good firm construction keeps Finish Line round for best performance
    • A great low-stretch, SRT climbing line
    • 32-strand polyester cover with an 8-strand parallel nylon core
    • Totally unique color scheme really stands out on this rope
    • Made with high-quality fibers with excellent quality control, you won't be disappointed with this kernmantle rope
  • Rope Size
    7/16"
    Type
    Climbing
    Construction
    Kernmantle
    Color
    Black / White
    Length (ft)
    600
    Breaking Strength (lbs)
    6,600
    Approx. Weight / 100 ft (lbs)
    6.1
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