There is a master pull rep on LINXC.org . You just need to drop his name when you call up.
I thought that I read somewhere that you should use a Hawse fairlead when using synthetic rope. Not sure why. On the Shrock site (under winches) it says, "For safe operation of your synthetic winch rope, an Aluminum Fairlead is a necessity..." http://www.shrockworks.com/ShrockWorks-Aluminum-Fairlead-for-Synthetic-Winch-Rope-pr-16177.html Jim's fairlead is billet aluminum Hawse. Saw another Hawse fairlead somewhere else out of non-metal material, but mentioned that it was better than roller fairlead for synthetic. Here is another aluminum one: http://www.oconeeoffroad.com/servlet/the-653/Winch-Aluminum-Fairlead-Hawse/Detailusmc xterra said:And hows about the fair-lead? Bill says a new roller is fine. Kinda cool with me, it's smooth as a baby's azz, I know it won't jack up the rope.