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An extremely strong and durable rope noted for its elasticity. Nylon rope offers good resistance to abrasion, and is also resistant to most acids and alkalis. This rope is available to U.S. Federal standard Mil-R-17343D. Most common put-ups are 600' and 1200' spools. Cut lengths and assemblies are also available, along with splicing and dyeing. Some of the more popular uses for nylon rope include mooring lines, anchor lines, sling rope, net rope, tie down rope, towropes, and safety line rope.