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Dyneema Rope 1/4"


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Polypropylene sheath adds buoyancy and protects the high strength Dyneema core. 2495 lb. tensile strength.

Rope sold by the foot or in 300' spools.

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Size: 1/4"
Material: Polypropylene sheath with Dyneema® core
Tensile Strength: 2495 lbs.
Elongation : Dynamic
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Super compact industrial haul line

By River runner

from Eastern Canada

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      Comments about Dyneema Rope 1/4":

      Super strength and packs down to nothing. I carry 300' for big water rivers or steep canyons.

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        What thickness of prussik cord works best when using the 1/4" Dyneema rope (e.g. for z-drags etc.) 4mm seem awfully thin from a strength perspective, but will 5mm prussiks grab the line properly?
        Asked on 7/2/2014 by Fritzette from BC

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          The general rule for prusik sizing is 60%—80% of the working line. 5mm
          prusik cord is approximately 79% of your 1/4" dyneema. 5mm is the correct

          Answered on 7/2/2014 by Igota from California
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        how much does 100' of this weight, and how large a bag do I need to store it in for backpacking?
        Asked on 6/4/2014 by michael from lake tahoe, nv

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          The weight of 100ft of this rope is 1.3lbs.
          Can't speak directly to size, but I have 65' feet stuffed (loosely) into a
          throw bag for kayaking (bag measures 182 cubic inches). 100 ft should fit
          comfortably into a bag of 280 cubic inches.

          Answered on 6/5/2014 by Anonymous
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          100' of rope weighs 1.3 pounds. We easily stuff 70' of it in a throw bag 5" in diameter and 9" long.

          Answered on 6/5/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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        how much does this rope stretch?
        will this be good in rescue situations? ie z-drags?
        is this regarded as a static rope?
        what does elongation : dynamic mean?
        I want a static rope?
        I thought Dyneema was a low stretch product?
        Asked on 10/24/2013 by em from New Zealand

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          The rope has minimal stretch. Sterling lists the elongation as "1.4% at 300 lbs." With a minimum breaking strength of 2,495 pounds it will certainly work well for z-drags.

          Answered on 10/25/2013 by Clyde


          Sorry, I can't really answer the questions I don't have any of the product left. As I recal there was little or no stretch in it .

          Answered on 10/25/2013 by Max the Portie from Athens Georgia
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