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Masterpull Synthetic Winch Line

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Product Information

MSRP: $349.00
Average Price: $240.00
Manufacturer: Masterpull
Yes: 13 / No: 0

Masterpull synthetic winch rope is made using the world's strongest synthetic rope, DYNEX™. The M-P winch rope is only a fraction of the weight of a wire cable, and impressively up to 45% stronger than same size wire cable. Also, M-P winch rope is safer, lighter and easier to handle than the wire cable. And unlike wire cable, M-P winch rope has minimal snapback if the rope breaks. Due to the ropes light weight, M-P winch rope handles easily and even floats on water. This makes the M-P winch rope a great rope for rescues in water, on steep hills or in mountains, where weight really matters. More advantages include no curls, kinks, wire splinters or sore fingers.


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majgenjax's Reviews
05-24-2014, 02:44 PM
Price: $256.00
Pros: Light weight,strong, heavy duty hook was included as well as line protecting cover.
Cons: NONE
Recommended? Yes

Comments: 5/16 x100' with G 100 Cobra hook.
Look in their "Garage Sale" link for
good deals.

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B_faster's Reviews
12-15-2009, 08:29 AM
Price: $550.00
Pros: Lighter and Stronger
Cons: None
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Cant wait to pull with it. Much safer than wire, Lighter and stronger.

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meek61480's Reviews

03-19-2009, 10:39 PM
Masterpull Synthetic Winch Line
Price: $349.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: best i haver ever seen. he is here in bellingham wa and he personaly installed the line. he even threw in a few d rings. i got to grey. it holds 21k lbs!!! enyone with cable line needs to give these guys a call and get the best there is, and thats masterpull all the way.


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acrijos's Reviews

11-14-2008, 02:54 PM
Masterpull Synthetic Winch Line
Recommended? Yes

Comments: It greatly reduced weight on the front. It is also easier to handle and it has allowed me to increase the lenght that I carry in my winch.

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Loctup's Reviews

11-02-2008, 12:21 PM
Masterpull Synthetic Winch Line
Price: $175.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Completely destroyed my stock winch cable on it's first real test. It held, and got me out, but was so birdcaged and kinked as to be unable to respool completely. Replaced with Amsteel Blue. No worries.

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Jason, aka:'s Reviews

06-02-2008, 11:26 AM
Masterpull Synthetic Winch Line
Price: $280.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Switched both our Jeeps to rope about 5 years ago and would never run steel cable again. So much easier and safer to use and handle.

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sierraclimber1's Reviews

04-29-2008, 10:43 PM
Masterpull Synthetic Winch Line
Recommended? Yes

Comments: killer line that even floats. Got a thimble and rollers too. 30 percent stronger than steel.

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goce61's Reviews

04-27-2008, 10:42 AM
Masterpull Synthetic Winch Line
Price: $200.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: nice to use

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bobby john'son_asd-d!'s Reviews

04-11-2008, 05:04 PM
Masterpull Synthetic Winch Line
Price: $100.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Works wonderful!

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kieth's Reviews

02-16-2008, 09:51 PM
Masterpull Synthetic Winch Line
Price: $50.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Has worked out well!


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fried_gold's Reviews

08-06-2006, 03:59 PM
Masterpull Synthetic Winch Line
Recommended? Yes

Comments: That's interesting. If you do the math, it would take nearly a sixteenth of an inch to add 3500 lbs of strength, making their rope close enough to 7/16 that they would have to label it as such or people wouldn't be able to fit it on their winch.

I couldn't find my electronic calipers but I measured mine with slide calipers and it's dead on 3/8. Since rope isn't exactly a solid object, I wasn't sure how accurate that was so I put two pennies on each side and measured the rope then subtracted the width of pennies and still came up with 3/8.

I suspect it may be a little bit larger, but a little bit stronger as well. At any rate, I don't trust anyone's rope measuring (mine especially) or rating system enough to say for sure.


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mrblaine's Reviews
08-06-2006, 10:07 AM
Masterpull Synthetic Winch Line
Recommended? Yes

Comments: As a clarification on the strength ratings, if you have a way to measure the diameter exactly, you will find that the diameter of the MP is a European standard and is slightly larger than other manufacturer's offerings in the diameter classification.

Not a reason not to buy, but it's a cute marketing trick that works pretty well.

I think it's similar to the difference between 10mm and 3/8's. 10mm is .393 in diameter and 3/8's is .375. That's .018 difference and when you're dealing with fibers with that much strength, a few of them will make a huge difference in the overall strength rating.


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fried_gold's Reviews

08-03-2006, 06:28 PM
Masterpull Synthetic Winch Line
Price: $200.00
Pros: Strength, durability, safety, price
Cons: None
Recommended? Yes

Comments: After winching for a while with wire cable and battling kinks and coils, I decided that was for suckers and went shopping for a good synthetic line. Truth be told, I almost chose Masterpull because it came in a nice dull silver color instead of the brighter green and blue coloring that most synthetic lines sport, but what actually sold me on Masterpull was that their basic 3/8 winch line is rated at 23,500 lbs while most other brands are rated at 20,000 lbs (give or take a few hundred). You can buy stronger synthetic line, but it is more expensive and I wasn't interested in spending 300 more dollars for a couple thousand extra pounds of rating. At the time, Masterpull had the strongest basic line I could find, and probably still does.

I've been very pleased with the line. It's pulled me out of many stuck situations and is orders of magnitude easier to use than steel cable. If someone is helping rig my line for a pull, I feel a lot better knowing all the dangers that go with steel cable are no longer present.

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