Factor 55 Rope Guards
From our friends at GenRight Off Road. Between the Ultra4 Racing circuit and hard core trail wheeling, the guys at GenRight certainly put offroad parts to the ultimate test. Take a look at their FlatLink E with Rope Guard on the front of the Terremoto JK. This is a great example of how the Rope Guard is supposed to function. As you can see, although the Rope Guard is scraped up from impacts, the synthetic rope thimble and rope is completely protected behind the Rope Guard. Think of the Rope Guard as a consumable skid plate for the front of your winch line. It will protect the end of your synthetic line not only from offroad impacts, but also from oncoming freeway road debris and damaging UV light (Yes the drum of rope should also be covered when the winch is not in use).
For you rock crawlers, if you ever wear the Rope Guard thin, simply drill out the rivets and install another one.
This brings us to the subject of available colors for the Rope Guard. Some of you have asked why we don’t offer the Rope Guard product in various colors. Well this picture explains this well. A skid plate designed for scraping is best left to the color of the underlying material. In this case aluminum.
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