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Lightly used Warn Steel hawse fairled. Never used on a pull, only scratches and marks from when I pulled the line out to replace it with synthetic. This fairlead is made to be used with STEEL line; it will not work with synthetic. It is a lot thinner and smaller than a roller fairlead and looks a lot better on the smaller bumpers

Goes for about $40 from 4 Wheel Parts

Asking $25 FIRM Local pick up only

More info: Hawse Fairlead



 

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ok, I have the ban hammer out and raised.... who's gonna get it?!?!?!?! :eek: ;D
 

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Just out of curiosity, why won't it work with synthetic if it's in good condition?
 

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It isnt smooth enough and might snag the line. It is pretty rough and just powdercoated over to look decent.
 

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MudLovingFJ said:
It isnt smooth enough and might snag the line. It is pretty rough and just powdercoated over to look decent.
Couldn't you just smooth it out?
 

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Tony stop making things difficult :D


You don't want steel for synthetic.

You want aluminum or some kind of plastic. The steel is to unforgiving.
 

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Bah! Delrin rollers or aluminum is preferred for synthetic. steel is best for steel line.
 
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