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3/8" Southeast Overland Amsteel Blue Winch Lines

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3/8" Amsteel Blue synthetic winch lines. Comes with a 10 foot custom printed 'SOUTHEAST OVERLAND' abrasion guard, 10 foot drum wrap, either a butt spliced or spade connector terminal end, and your choice of additional end attachment options (hooks and thimbles).
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List Price: $229.95
Our price: $229.95
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Extra Abrasion Guard

Manufacturer: Southeast Overland
Description

Amsteel Blue synthetic winch lines are often preferred over traditional steel winch cable because they are lighter (they float), stronger, easier to work with (no sharp edges), easier to respool, and safer because they recoil less and store less energy if they break.

3/8" Amsteel Blue synthetic winch lines have a minimum breaking strength of 17,600 lbs and an average breaking strength of 19,600 lbs.

Custom lengths are available - please Contact Us.

Note - gusseted tube thimbles don't fit all 3/4" screw pin bow shackle pins. Contact Us for more information.

Several end attachments (thimbles and hooks) are available. Note: if you choose a Master-Pull Winch Line Stop thimble you do not need an open stainless or closed powder coated thimble.

Please Contact Us for any custom orders.

Merchandise in stock typically ships within the week. Merchandise not in stock and custom orders typically ship in 10 business days or less.

All winch lines come with a 10' custom printed Southeast Overland abrasion guard and a 10' protective wrap for the drum end of your line to help protect against burrs on your drum and heat.

 

For liability reasons, load bearing recovery gear my not be returned or exchanged.

Southeast Overland disclaims all liability and responsibility for any injury or damage that may occur when using a recovery product sold by Southeast Overland. Recovery of a vehicle involves extreme loads and can result in injury and death. Please seek professional instruction in the proper use of recovery gear.

Verify your winch drum is capable of running synthetic line.