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It's bright orange for high visibility, lighter for easier handling, stronger for better performance and very cost effective.

It's AMCO UltraLine:

American Manufacturing, the largest manufacturerof fiber rope in the U.S., presents ULTRAUNFM, the most technically advanced rope ever offered to the marine industry. A unique copolymer, extruded fiber is the basic ingredient in UltraLine, creating a rope that is 5% lighter and 30% stronger than other comparable ropes. Similar to polypropylene, it floats, stores wet, and will not rot or mildew. UltraLine is also 50% more abrasion resistant than regular yarn or monofilament American * ' because it develops a "feathered" surface that protects against further abrasion, as well as lower elongation, better creep resistance and a higher UV resistance.



Weight/ 100 ft.

Cir. (lbs.)

Strength (lbs.)

Minimum Minimum

Breaking Weight/ Breaking 100 ft. Strength (lbs.) (lbs.) 81,000 105,000 133,000 160,000 100% America virgin resins. Lower cost and better performance add up to a cordage product unmatched anywhere else.

You'll actually save money in buying a better rope.

Call, fax or write today for complete information.

Genuine AMCO rope (identified by red & green tracers*

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