Damaged wire rope must be replaced to safely operate any winch. Constructed of aircraft wire rope and galvanized to help resist corrosion. Includes swaged loop on one end, and wire rope terminal on the other.
I deducted one star, simply because the product picture depicts a winch hook with the cable. The hook I am using is rock solid, but I was excited to get one with what appears to be a spring loaded pin. I was looking forward to using it for my plow, instead of the tried and true duct tape wrap, to keep the hook in place. One nice bit was the hex bolt to attach to the spindle. The factory bolt was still fine, but I like the more flush fit and used the hardware. The cable is a perfect fit, and I didn't even realize how bad the old one had got, before it broke. 15 years of service is acceptable. I just wish I had that hook in the picture (I know, go get one already).
The overview states 3/16 cable. The spec states 3/8" cable. Which is it?. Also, what is the rope strength spec. OEM is 2000# for A2000 and 2500# for A2500.
Asked by Reid from on
Reid, I apologize for the confusion. The wire is 3/16" thick. There is no listing for breaking strength but the rope is rated for up to a 3000lb winch. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S. Ext. 876 from on
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