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VEVOR Cable Railing Type 316 Stainless Steel Wire Rope Cable, 1/8",7x7, 500 Ft Reel $56.90 + Free Shipping

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VEVOR.com [vevor.com] has Cable Railing Type 316 Stainless Steel Wire Rope Cable, 1/8",7x7, 500 Ft Reel for $56.94. Free Shipping with code SDVEVORSALE05

316 Stainless Steel Cable Wire Rope 7x7
This listing is about 316 Stainless Steel Wire Rope. In a material handling machine, it is commonly used for lifting and pulling, tightening, and carrying. Moreover, as a high-quality product with 7 x 7 construction, it features a compact structure and large bearing capacity. Easy to install, inexpensive, attractive, and easy to maintain, alternative to commonly used metal and wood picket infill.
  • Durable Wire Rope
  • Large Work Loading Capacity
  • 7x7 Construction
  • Highly Polished Surface

Specifications:
  • Material: T316 Stainless Steel
  • Length: 500' Reel
  • Construction: 7x7
  • Diameter: 1/8" (3.2 mm)
  • Breaking strength: 1430 lbs (6.37 KN)
  • Packing size: 12"x12"x10" (30x30x25 cm)

Package Content:
  • 1 x Wire Rope
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New affiliate? Disclose these things.
5 VIVOR posts on forums ever...
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All 5 in the last month.

No name cable...just what I want for safety side rails to keep the kids safe.
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New affiliate? Disclose these things.
5 VIVOR posts on forums ever...
All 5 staff
All 5 in the last month.

No name cable...just what I want for safety side rails to keep the kids safe.
The spindles on railings only have a 50lb side load requirement so even this no name will be fine from a structural point of view. I would be more concerned if it really is 316 and will rust. Of course it could be just fine. Seems to me when I looked at this system years ago, the real expense was the fittings. Harbor Freight does carry some now (same concerns).
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just as described. Easy assembly and finished product looks great. High quality stainless, well worth it compared to standard cable.
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went up in price to $66.99..SD effect i guess
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went up in price to $66.99..SD effect i guess
Seems Coupon Has Inevitably Lost Luster.
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Would this work with a pulley to raise some large tree stumps about 1.5 to 2 feet in diameter and 2 to 4 feet long?
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Would this work with a pulley to raise some large tree stumps about 1.5 to 2 feet in diameter and 2 to 4 feet long?
You have 12 cubic feet of wood with a density of ???. If it's oak, that's about 40lbs per cubic foot so your whole root would weigh nearly 500 lbs. Somewhat less for something like pine.

This cable has "breaking strength" of 1430lbs, so it's safe working load is about 1/3 of that - which is roughly the weight of your stumps.

HOWEVER, you're going to lose a lot of that strength looping the cable over a pulley (the smaller the pulley, the more strength you lose), so I would say no - at least I wouldn't do it.
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You have 12 cubic feet of wood with a density of ???. If it's oak, that's about 40lbs per cubic foot so your whole root would weigh nearly 500 lbs. Somewhat less for something like pine.

This cable has "breaking strength" of 1430lbs, so it's safe working load is about 1/3 of that - which is roughly the weight of your stumps.

HOWEVER, you're going to lose a lot of that strength looping the cable over a pulley (the smaller the pulley, the more strength you lose), so I would say no - at least I wouldn't do it.
Well I guess the darn thing stays. It's an old eucalyptus that I was going to finish bringing down to a stump from it's current 6-7 ft height. Perhaps I can build with it... Maybe a wing chun dummy or perhaps a good base for an extended umbrella arm.
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