I have a plasma rope on my #2500. It is nice to handle as there is never a burr or kink. I did have is break once whilee pulling out of a snow bank. The rope just fell to the ground with out any recoil. Tied it back together and pulled myself out. I got mine from masterpull.com. Service was strange, but the PR arrived and all was fine. It comes with an extra heavy-duty hook that takes two hands to operate. It also comes with an eyelet at the other end. This I had to cut off, carefully push the PR thru the drum hole, and just tie a knot in the end. The 50' PR just fits on the drum. I recomend a roller fairlead to minimize abraision.
It is my understanding that you are not recommended to use the roller fairlead with the plasma rope. All of the research I have done they suggest the aluminum hause fairlead because it eliminates the possibility of the rope slipping down past the roller and being cut.
Well bought my plasma rope from the place tinmandan suggested. Installed about a month ago and still not have had the chance to try it out. Just installing the stuff was a treat in the difference of how you can handle it and how easy it is to work with. Like working with a normal nylon rope.
I will agree in that it just fits on the superwinch drum. Can't wait to try it though.
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