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3" x 300' Nylon Webbing - Yellow

SKU: NYLON3300
$319.24
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Standard Lead Time 6-8 days.
Nylon webbing is a strong versatile sling web used primarily for lifting slings and recovery straps due to it's natural ability to stretch and retract. Nylon web is also a popular choice for military, hiking and many other applications. The primary color for lifting sling webbing is yellow but other colors are available upon request. Our nylon webbing is available in 1" to 12" widths in 300' rolls (100 yards). Sling webbing is rated at 29,400 lbs. so you know it is durable and strong. Don't forget to check out our Polyester Webbing and our Polyester Seatbelt Webbing. If you have any questions regarding our webbing or otherwise, please feel free to contact our sales team and they will be glad to assist you.
Nylon webbing is a strong versatile sling web used primarily for lifting slings and Read More

Nylon webbing is a strong versatile sling web used primarily for lifting slings and recovery straps due to it's natural ability to stretch and retract. Nylon web is also a popular choice for military, hiking and many other applications. The primary color for lifting sling webbing is yellow but other colors are available upon request. Our nylon webbing is available in 1" to 12" widths in 300' rolls (100 yards). Sling webbing is rated at 29,400 lbs. so you know it is durable and strong. Don't forget to check out our Polyester Webbing and our Polyester Seatbelt Webbing. If you have any questions regarding our webbing or otherwise, please feel free to contact our sales team and they will be glad to assist you.

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Color:
Yellow

Length:
300'

Width:
3"

Webbing Break Strength:
29,400 lbs.

Product Weight:
51.3

Brand:
US Cargo Control

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