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5/8" x 100 ft Regular Logging Drumline - 41200 lbs Breaking Strength

5/8" x 100 ft Regular Logging Drumline - 41200 lbs Breaking Strength
SKU: DL058RX100
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Product Description

  • Logging winch line cut, coiled and fitted with a tapered ferrule on one end
  • Made with 6x19 class (typically 6x26 WS construction) wire rope, ideal for general logging use
  • Made from Extra Improved Plow Steel (EIPS) with an Independent Wire Rope Center (IWRC)
  • Use with standard Choker Hooks, including sliders
  • Custom lengths and configurations available, call to order

* It is important to understand that the ferrule (aka nub) that is swaged onto the drumline does not produce 100% of the wire rope's published Breaking Strength. The strength ratings shown on this page are for the wire rope only. It is recommended to always leave at least three wraps of cable on the drum at all times. DO NOT PULL DIRECTLY ON THE FERRULE!


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