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post #1 of 4 Old 08-22-2019, 07:31 AM Thread Starter
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Warn rope replacement

I need a replacement synthetic rope for a Warn Zeon 8s.


Anyone have any suggestions?


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post #2 of 4 Old 08-29-2019, 12:51 PM
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X2, contact Ricky there and make sure to go with 3/8" not 5/16". 5/16" is technically strong enough but with synthetic rope you want the extra safety margin of 3/8" in case the rope gets damaged from abrasion.

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might be the same design as my 10s? Not that you have to use the warren's rope. One could braid a lope in the end of any. or go back to old way. But on mine the start of line feeds through the spool and has a small lope at the end of the rope. once that is pushed through the hole a wedge is placed in the loop. then set that by pulling it into the spool. the rope can not come of the spool now. it would wind it up the other way if you used all the line. but they want two arms and a leg for a Warren replacement. matter of fact its more then the china made winch i had once. when i wear this one out i will do my own loop braid for that wedge.

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