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Industrial Tow Rope – 180,000 lb. Minimum Breaking Strength – 1.25 Inch for Heavy Duty Industrial

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180,000 lb. Tow Rope is the perfect Tow Rope for pulling heavy equipment used in Farming and Agriculture, Mining, and Construction. The 180,000 lb. Tow Rope is made with Heavy-Duty, lightweight 12 strand SK75 UHMWPE 1.25″ synthetic rope.

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Our 180,000 lb. Tow Rope is the perfect Tow Rope for pulling heavy equipment used in Farming and Agriculture, Mining, and Construction. The 180,000 lb. Tow Rope is made with Heavy-Duty, lightweight 12 strand SK75 UHMWPE 1.25″ synthetic rope. The high quality of UHMWPE synthetic rope make our tow ropes Lighter, Stronger and Safer than conventional chains and tow straps.  Each 180,000 lb. Tow Rope has a minimum breaking strength of 180,000 lbs. and is fully sheathed in a durable heavy duty orange Polyester sheathing to protect against abrasion and damage. Each end has fully sheathed Closed Eye Loops making connections using D-Rings or soft shackles easy.

180,000 lb. Tow Rope Features:

  • Recommended use for Heavy Equipment and Vehicles
  • Made from heavy-duty, light weight UHMWPE synthetic rope, with a breaking strength of 180,000 lbs.
  • Fully sheathed, including the closed eye loops in a bright orange durable polyester webbing to protect against abrasion
  • Closed Eye Loops on each end for making easy connections

 

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Additional information

Weight13 lbs
Dimensions23 × 13 × 13 in
Product Length

20 Ft., 30 Ft.

Rope Diameter

1.25 Inch

Minimum Breaking Strength

180,000 lbs.

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