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CWC 1/2" BlueSteel 3-Strand Rope - 6600 lbs Breaking Strength

CWC 1/2" BlueSteel 3-Strand Rope - 6600 lbs Breaking StrengthCWC 1/2" BlueSteel 3-Strand Rope - 6600 lbs Breaking StrengthCWC 1/2" BlueSteel 3-Strand Rope - 6600 lbs Breaking StrengthCWC 1/2" BlueSteel 3-Strand Rope - 6600 lbs Breaking Strength
Linear Feet:
Linear FootCost per FootSave
50 - 149$0.23-
150 - 599$0.2013%
600 + $0.1822%
  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days
  • Full Spool Length: 600
  • Please contact us for longer lengths.
  • This product is not eligible for free shipping.
  • This product is imported. Country of Origin subject to change.

Product Description

  • Constructed from high-strength, co-extruded, high-tenacity yarns
  • Low stretch and approximately 35-40% stronger than regular polypropylene
  • Superior resistance to UV, rot, mildew and most common chemicals
  • Very strong, easy to handle and offers twice the wear life compared to regular polypropylene
  • Specific Gravity: 0.91 (floats on water)
  • Melting Point: 165º F


Rope Size
General Purpose
Teal / Blue
Length (ft)
Per Foot
Breaking Strength (lbs)
Weight / 100 ft (lbs)

Questions & Answers

4 Questions & 4 Answers
from California asked:
September 30, 2019
Is this line UV resistant?  If yes do you have a statement?
1 Answer
Per the manufacturer, they state: "Excellent UV and abrasion resistance."
Submitted by: WRS on October 4, 2019

from Brandon, FL asked:
June 26, 2019
Can this rope be used in a come along (winch) for pulling a tree?
1 Answer
It very well may work, but if being used on the Maasdam A-0, then we would recommend using regular 1/2" PolyDac.
Submitted by: WRS on June 26, 2019

from Virginia asked:
May 4, 2019
Will this work in a Maasdam long haul rope puller?
1 Answer
Maasdam only recommends using their rope, because it's the only rope they officially test and approve.  That said, customers do use different ropes.  This rope "should" work but we cannot guarantee it.  For best results, stick with 1/2" PolyDac.
Submitted by: WRS on May 6, 2019

from Oakland, CA asked:
May 26, 2018
I am working on building a rope ladder. It will be outside, in the elements and the sun and heat and rain. People as heavy as 250 lbs will climb on it. I am looking for a strong, and very low stretch rope at a good price. Would this work? The weight rating seems right, I am most curious about how much it will stretch under load.
1 Answer
We checked with our supplier, and they had the following recommendations. 1) Go with one size bigger, 5/8". They feel the 1/2" rope will be pretty small to try and hold onto, and we tend to agree. 2) There is a 12-strand version of this rope available, and they suggest you go with that as it is a more stable construction compared to 3-strand. If you want to place an order please call us @ 503-399-7037 and we can assist you.
Submitted by: WRS on May 31, 2018

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