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7 x 19 Construction
Commonly used on small diameter pulleys, running rigging on sailboats, excessive equipment, winches and control cables. 7x19 is the best all around cable for most applications.
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Zinc (galvanized) coated steel cable is the most common type of cable. It offers moderate corrosion resistance, and remains ductile over long periods when running over sheaves. Galvanized cable is stronger than stainless steel cable.
304 stainless steel cable (also known as 18-8) is the most common type of stainless steel cable. It offers better corrosion resistance, but lower strength than galvanized cable.
Learn all about Stainless Steel with our Stainless Steel Knowledge Base
316 stainless steel cable offers the most corrosion resistance and is ideal for marine environments, but lower strength than grade 304 stainelss steel and galvanized cable.
This is galvanized cable with a clear vinyl coating. It provides additional corrosion resistance, high flexibility, superior appearance and abrasion resistance.
We carry vinyl coated cable in a variety of colors, please see our ████ COLORED CABLE █████ page for more information
This is 304 stainless steel cable with a clear vinyl coating. It provides additional corrosion resistance, high flexibility, superior appearance and abrasion resistance.
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Below is a diagram showing proper clip installation it is imperative that you install the saddle on the live end of the wire rope. An easy to remember saying to help remember proper clip installation is:
NEVER SADDLE A DEAD HORSE!
For more information, see E-Rigging.com's Wire Rope & Cable Safety Information.