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You are bidding on 56mm Manila Rope
In this Auction we are selling by the METRE. You can choose the length you require up to 250m (the limit) and pay shipping fee only once.
Manila rope is very durable, flexible, and resistant to salt water damage, allowing its use in LandScaping. Fitness rope hawsers, ships' lines, and fishing nets. It can be used to make handcrafts like bags, carpets, clothing, and furniture.
Landscape Note: natural ropes generally shrink 10% to 15% in length - temporarily, until they dry out - whenever it rains. They also tend to run oversize in diameter, so it's a good idea to get your rope first, then drill the holes. Suggested minimum sizes - 1 1/2" holes for 1" rope, 1 7/8" holes for 1 1/4" , 2 1/4" holes for 1 1/2", 3" holes for 2". Why so big? Because when the rope shrinks in length it increases in diameter. So if, after it rains, the rope doesn't have room to 'breathe' and dry out completely where it's going through the holes, it will rot in those spots.
If you're planning to replace old Manila rope, the following is very important:
If the old rope measures 2" in diameter, it probably did not start out as 2" rope. It is more likely 1 1/2" rope that has swelled up over time to 2". Accordingly, if it measures 3" in diameter, it was almost surely 2" when it was new. So if you're putting new rope through existing holes, be sure to measure the holes, then order based on the above guidelines. Again, if the rope barely fits through the holes, moisture will collect in those spots and the rope will fail before it's time.
Break Load: 13,000kg
Provide Phone No to ensure efficient courier delivery. Delivery will be local area depot for rope lengths over 15 metres.