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Yale Cordage 1/2" XTC Fire Arborist Rope - 6200 lbs Breaking StrengthImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.
Yale Cordage 1/2" XTC Fire Arborist Rope - 6200 lbs Breaking StrengthYale Cordage 1/2" XTC Fire Arborist Rope - 6200 lbs Breaking Strength

Yale Cordage 1/2" XTC Fire Arborist Rope - 6200 lbs Breaking Strength

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  • Product Description
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  • Attachment(s)
  • Safety Notice
  • Yale Cordage 1/2" XTC Fire Arborist Rope - 6200 lbs Breaking Strength

    • The most popular arborist rope offered by Yale Cordage
    • Tightly-braided cover with a firm feel
    • Parallel core is twisted and torque-balanced
    • Stays round, is snag-resistant, wears extremely well
    • Can actually be used for either climbing or rigging
  • Rope Size
    1/2"
    Type
    Climbing
    Construction
    16-Strand
    Length (ft)
    Per Foot
    Breaking Strength (lbs)
    6,200
    Approx. Weight / 100 ft (lbs)
    7.5
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