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    Poly Webbing

    Does anybody have a good "bulk" source for good 1" poly webbing for tree straps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boothill View Post
    Yep. Just got 300' from them last week. Cheapest prices I've seen so far.
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    Is that smooth or rough? The 300' spool I have is stiff and very waffle-like. I prefer it smooth like a seatbelt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaxHiker View Post
    Is that smooth or rough? The 300' spool I have is stiff and very waffle-like. I prefer it smooth like a seatbelt.
    It's not "smooth" like seatbelt webbing, but it has a fairly soft hand and is not stiff.

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    I am gonna give it a go. Thanks for the direction. I think that I am good to go after this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNhunter View Post
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    For comparison...the lowest strength 1" polyester webbing I find at Strapworks is 3800# and 300' would cost $159.30 before shipping.

    At Shipperssuplies.com, 300' of 3000# 1" poly webbing is $35.00 and the 1500# webbing most of us use is $25.00 for 300'.

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    I just got a 300' roll from shippersupplies and would recommend them. Good quality at AMAZiNG prices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcttr View Post
    For comparison...the lowest strength 1" polyester webbing I find at Strapworks is 3800# and 300' would cost $159.30 before shipping.

    At Shipperssuplies.com, 300' of 3000# 1" poly webbing is $35.00 and the 1500# webbing most of us use is $25.00 for 300'.
    Good to know - thanks!

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