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Mean Mother 3/8 in. x 100 ft. Synthetic Rope w/ Hook

AmericanTrucks no longer carries the Mean Mother 3/8 in. x 100 ft. Synthetic Rope w/ Hook. Please check out 2002-2008 Ram 1500 Winches for an updated selection.

Features & Details

  • Synthetic Rope
  • Includes Thimble and Clevis Hook
  • Made from Strong Dyneema Fibers
  • Up to 15 Times Stronger than Steel
  • Measures 100 ft. in Length, 3/8” in Width
  • Resists Kinking with Light Yet Sturdy Construction
  • Floats in Water for Easier Underwater Recoveries
  • Compatible with All Winches
  • For Use with 2002-2019 Dodge RAM 1500s
Light but Stronger Than Steel. The Mean Mother 3/8 in. x 100 ft. Synthetic Rope is made from advanced Dyneema fibers, which are known for their light weight and immense strength. This allows the product to be 15 times stronger than conventional steel winch cables, while only being 1/7th of their weight. Their design also helps prevent kinking and allows for much easier unspooling. As an added bonus, they also float when on water, allowing for easier recoveries during floods and similar types of emergencies.

Safety Guaranteed. Aside from ensuring durability, the Mean Mother Synthetic Rope's design also makes it safe for general use. This is because it doesn't store as much energy as traditional steel cables, minimizing severe injuries caused by whiplash from unexpected failures. In addition, this rope also comes with a clevis hook and a thimble for added convenience.

Application. The Mean Mother 3/8 in. x 100 ft. Synthetic Rope is ideal for use with all 2002-2019 Dodge RAM 1500s.

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MPN# SR09530

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