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All Gear 3/8" Swift Line HMPE Rope - 19000 lbs Breaking Strength

All Gear 3/8" Swift Line HMPE Rope - 19000 lbs Breaking StrengthAll Gear 3/8" Swift Line HMPE Rope - 19000 lbs Breaking StrengthAll Gear 3/8" Swift Line HMPE Rope - 19000 lbs Breaking StrengthAll Gear 3/8" Swift Line HMPE Rope - 19000 lbs Breaking Strength
Linear Feet:
Linear FootCost per FootSave
25 - 149$2.24-
150 - 599$2.058%
600 + $1.9612%
  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days
  • Full Spool Length: 600
  • Please contact us for longer lengths.
  • Made in Canada
  • This item is not returnable.

Product Description

You can't buy stronger rope than this! Maybe you've heard about a rope that's replacing wire rope for winch lines--this is it! This rope is made from a special 100% High Modulus Polyethylene (HMPE) and meets SK75 specs. Size-for-size, it is stronger than wire rope (aka steel cable). To be clear, if you pull this 3/8" rope against regular 3/8" steel winch line, you will break the steel winch line first. It has many other great benefits too, such as being flexible, easily spliced, repairable in the field and even floating on water. You can even use this rope in freezing conditions!

Around here, in the Pacific Northwest, many call this "logging rope" because so many loggers have used it to make extensions, or even as a drum line (aka winch line). We stock it in common sizes, but we also get special pieces in larger diameters like 1" and 1-1/8". And please, stack this rope up against the competition and you'll see how well it specs out. This is the rope most of our winch lines and logging lines are made from, and we've seen it put to the test time and again. You won't be disappointed!

  • 12-strand, single braid of 100% High Modulus Polyethylene (HMPE)
  • Urethane coated for abrasion resistance
  • Runs well over sheaves
  • Zero water absorption and maintains flexibility even in freezing conditions
  • Equally strong in wet or dry conditions
  • Elongation: Less than 1% at 30% of Breaking Strength
  • Known as "Logging Rope" in the Pacific Northwest


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Questions & Answers

2 Questions & 1 Answer
from Central New York asked:
July 23, 2021
Can I use this as a tree rigging rope (lowering line)?† I need something lightweight, my current rope weighs 13.5 lbs. per 100 feet (27 lbs. total).† I'd use it for branches and trunk pieces.

from Michigan asked:
July 19, 2021
Do you offer options like loop ends?
1 Answer
We sure do, check out this link.
Submitted by: WRS on July 19, 2021

Product Reviews

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By Bear
Used for soft shackles
December 19, 2021
I used this rope to make 4 soft shackles from a you tube video. I used two of them to tow a race truck off the course of the Baja 1000 race in November and they worked flawlessly. All members of my team are converts to the soft shackle. Iím buying more so I can make more soft shackles and give as gifts to my off roading friends.

Merchant Response:Awesome!!
  • Very strong easy to work with. Splicing was a breeze.
  • By its nature this type of rope doesn't hold die. The blue comes off on your hands as you tie and splice it and fades when used. No big deal though and doesn't affect strength.

Safety Notice

Although Westech Rigging Supply strives to manufacture and sell the highest quality rigging and safety gear, use of the gear is dangerous if not used correctly by competent trained professionals. Westech Rigging Supply disclaims any liability resulting from the misuse of its rigging and safety gear. Please take a moment to more thoroughly review our disclaimer.

Westech Rigging Supply rigging and safety gear is only intended to be used by competent trained professionals. Misuse of the rigging and safety gear can result in serious injury up to and including loss of life. As such, Westech Rigging Supply disclaims liability for any misuse or incorrect product selection by our customers.

Rigging and safety gear purchased from Westech Rigging Supply should be used in strict accordance with all industry and OSHA standards. At no time should rigging or safety gear be used beyond its certified load ratings (aka Working Load Limits). Normal wear and tear should be expected with use of rigging and safety gear; therefore, all gear should be thoroughly inspected before each and every use. Worn or unsafe rigging and safety gear should never be used.