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I have an "X" so If I were to buy a winch for it I would get it with the Synthetic hands down. I have the Warn 4.0 on my Woodsbuggy. When I bought it it had the steel line that after awhile had frayed from use and stuck me too many times. It finally got twisted up enough I replaced it with the Synthetic and have not looked back. The Synthetic is so much easyer to deal with and does not unwind from the spool when you let it go etc. It is much safer also. When a steel line lets go you could lose a leg arm or be badly cut. When a Synthetic breaks it drops to the ground. Now the bad. You need to use the protective sleeve that typically comes with in when using it on rocks etc. It should be kept as clean and dry as possiable to prolong the life. And of cource the price. In the end well worth the investment. Sorry to be long winded lol



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I could not agree more with you Steve, I replaced my steel line immediately with a Amsteel Blue synthetic when I had the winch on my truck.

If you have ever seen the damage a steel winch line can do it is breaks, you will never want to use another steel line again.

As a matter of fact, I believe you are required to use a synthetic in all rock crawling events.

Amsteel Blue Winch Lines at Amsteelblue.com



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