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CWC 3/8" BlueSteel 3-Strand Rope - 3800 lbs Breaking Strength

CWC 3/8" BlueSteel 3-Strand Rope - 3800 lbs Breaking StrengthCWC 3/8" BlueSteel 3-Strand Rope - 3800 lbs Breaking StrengthCWC 3/8" BlueSteel 3-Strand Rope - 3800 lbs Breaking StrengthCWC 3/8" BlueSteel 3-Strand Rope - 3800 lbs Breaking Strength
Linear Feet:
Linear FootCost per FootSave
50 - 149$0.15-
150 - 599$0.147%
600 + $0.1220%
  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days
  • Full Spool Length: 600
  • Please contact us for longer lengths.
  • This product is imported. Country of Origin subject to change.
  • This item is not returnable.

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

3 Questions & 3 Answers
from Florence, AL asked:
January 12, 2021
Can this be used as a well pump safety rope?
1 Answer
There are certainly a lot of variables to consider before we can give simple yes or no.  BUT, if you plan to use this as a handline rope with a gin wheel or similar setup, then the answer is yes, it should perform fine provided you do not overload it, or use it to support a person.
Submitted by: WRS on January 14, 2021

from Murfreesboro, TN asked:
May 12, 2019
Does this rope run well over sheaves and pulleys?
1 Answer
In general, 3-strand rope runs just "okay" over pulleys, but it's the optimal choice.  We would recommend looking at a braided rope, such as 3/8" Polyester Double Braid.
Submitted by: WRS on May 14, 2019

from Santa Cruz, CA asked:
May 30, 2018
Is this a hard lay or somewhat softer? We use this line primarily for general use on deck and would prefer the softer lay. I have seen it both very hard lay for crabbing and a a softer lay for good handling. We are looking for the softer lay for general use..tie downs, easy to coil, and dock line.
1 Answer
This is not a true hard lay rope, it is easily spliced by hand, especially in the smaller sizes.
Submitted by: WRS on May 30, 2018

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