Our strongest throw line is New England Ropes' DynaGlide, a highly visible snag free throw line made from 100% Dyneema SK75 that is pre-stretched and tensile-set then treated with a vinyl coating. Compact design glides easily over branches allowing lighter throw weights.
THR118, THR119, THR140
WesSpur offers free ground shipping for orders that meet the following criteria:
The free shipping offer covers UPS Ground. UPS Ground runs Monday-Friday. Stump Grinder teeth and Chipper Blades eligible for the free shipping offer are shipped via USPS Priority Mail, in Medium Flat Rate Boxes. UPS Ground requires a physical address for delivery (no P.O. boxes).
WesSpur is happy to offer returns or exchanges on any equipment that is still in new condition. Our return policy is fairly simple and is meant to make your life easy. All regular stock items in new/unused condition may be returned for a full refund less shipping within 30 days of purchase. We do not charge restocking fees.
WesSpur can not accept the return of any used equipment or special-order items.
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|Manufacturer||:||New England Ropes|
|Diameter (inches / mm)||:||1/16” / 2mm|
|Average Strength||:||1,000 lb / 454 kg|
|Weight per 100’ / 100m||:||0.2 lb / .3 kg|
|Elastic Elongation||:||4% at 10% ABS|
DynaGlide is constructed from Dyneema in a 12-strand braid. This strong fiber has many benefits in an arborist throw line.
Sunlight/UV: Very little degradation from sunlight. Can be used outside over long term if inspected regularly.
Chemicals: Dyneema SK75 has good resistance to most minerals, organics, acids, and weak alkalines. Dyneema SK75 also has excellent resistance to bleaches and other oxidizing agents and to most solvents.
Heat: Dyneema SK75 melts at 300°F with progressive strength loss above 150°F.
Dielectrics: Good resistance to the passage of electrical current. However, dirt, surface contaminants, water entrapment, and the like can significantly affect dielectric properties. Extreme caution should be exercised any time a rope is in the proximity of live circuits.