Giantz 30m x 10mm Dyneema Synthetic Winch Rope with Hook
30m x 10mm Dyneema Synthetic Winch Rope by Giantz
Compatible with most brands of winches, this high quality dyneema synthetic rope by Giantz is made for heavy duty usage with a 24,000lbs breaking point. Featuring wear resistant parts and UV and chemical resistance.
This rope comes pre-crimped on one end, and includes a black recovery hook on the other, with a rated capacity of 12,800kg. Each end of the rope features 1.4 meters of protective sleeving.
- 30m length & 10mm diameter Dyneema Rope
- Heavy Duty 24,000lbs breaking load
- Hook Capacity: 12,800kg
- Wear resistant steel joint
- 1.4m protective sleeve on each end
- Rope Length: 30m
- Diameter: 10mm
- Protective sleeve: 1.4m on each end
- Breaking load: 10,950kg (24,000lbs)
- Loop eye: 65mm
- Eyelet: 6mm
- Suitable for 800 - 14500lb winches
- Compatible with most brands of winches
- 1 x 30m x 10mm Dyneema SK75 Winch Rope
- 1 x Black Recovery Hook
Synthetic Winch Rope FAQ
Below is a general list of synthetic vs steel pros and cons. It’s important to note that not all synthetic and steel cables are the same, and some will have different features and capabilities.
Synthetic Rope Pros
- Strength: Dyneema rope is up to 15 times stronger than steel.
- Weight: Synthetic rope is much lighter than steel, and easier to carry and handle.
- Handling: Synthetic rope doesn’t develop sharp burrs over time, which can be dangerous.
- No rust: Steel cable can rust and in turn weaken if not kept dry and maintained.
- Safety: Synthetic rope doesn’t store up as much energy as a steel cable does, which means if it breaks it won’t become a lethal projectile and cause injury to you or damage your vehicle.
- It’s flexible: Steel winch cable is prone to kinks which in turn makes it harder to spool up on the drum, further decreasing strength. It is to be noted that synthetic rope, if not handled carefully can knot.
- It floats: If you get stuck in a mud-hole or body of water having this advantage can be a great help.
- Repair: if it snaps it can usually be repaired in the field with proper braiding techniques.
Synthetic Rope Cons
- Can be susceptible to UV exposure, heat, chemicals and abrasion.
- Can hold water: this can add weight, and if you’re in a cold environment, can even freeze.
- Need to be properly maintained. Grains of sand and dirt can bury themselves in the rope’s core and weaken it’s integrity. If you’re out in the mud and dirt it’s important that you take time to spool it out and wash it occasionally.
- Expense. Synthetic cable is often the more expensive option.
What kind of fairlead should I use for a synthetic winch rope?
How do I know which rope to use with my winch?
Do I need to wash my rope?
Yes. It’s recommended that you wash your rope with soapy water to remove any grit and debris which might have become stuck inside the fibres of the rope. Over time this dirt and grit can work it’s way in to the rope, damaging the core and weakening it from the inside out.
Do I need a winch dampener with my synthetic rope?
Yes. While a synthetic rope doesn't store as much kinetic energy as that of a steel wire, it can still be of some danger when snapping under high tension. Depending where the break occurs and what item is attached to the rope, a flying hook, shackle or anchor point can still pose a significant threat to any person or vehicle near by.
Warranty & Returns Policy
Unless otherwise stated, we offer a 12 month warranty on all products from the date of purchase. It cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. The warranty period for commercial use is 3 months.
You are entitled to a replacement or a full refund for a major failure of our product. You are also entitled to have goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality.
Our warranty cover does not include damage caused by normal wear and tear, accidents, misuse, neglect, and lack of maintenance, use of incorrect voltage, power surges, voltage supply problems, tampering or unauthorised repairs by any persons, use of defective or incompatible accessories, natural disaster, or other external causes; to damage caused by operating the equipment in a manner outside that described in the instructions.