Our customers have found our Halyard Flag Snap Clamps helpful to connect snaps with our wire centered halyard
Halyard should be carefully inspected each time the flag is changed or at least once per year. White halyard should be replaced at least every 7 years, colored halyard every 2 to 4 years. It's a lot less expensive to replace halyard before it breaks and a lift truck is required. Halyard life is affected by UV, the number of flags that you fly and your winds.
Replaced our old flag rope with this. Very reasonable price for wire core halyard rope! Have had it on our flag pole for the past two weeks and i have noticed the added weight helps keep the rope from slapping the pole and there is no stretch keeping the flag taunt! When buying use common sense and realize if you plan on tying this rope it will be difficult due to the cable core.
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Surprisingly flexible and extreamly strong. I am very satisfied and recomend this halyard to anyone in an area where strong winds are possible.
Thanks for the trouble free order process. Also, the halyard looks good. However, I now see that I don't need 50 feet as I think 40 to 45 feet will work perfectly.
Great looking and durable product. I'm sure with the wire core it will outlast my previous one.
This stuff seams great. It's the first time I'm using it, so a bit early to tell though. It's tough to cut and a pain to tie, but looks like it'll hold up great.
The new rope was delivered quickly, except the center nylon re-enforcing strands were not nylon! It is a stranded metal heavy duty wire cable embedded in the core of the rope. It will last a very long time, however, the rope is much stiffer and more difficult to tie off on the clete without permanently kinking the metal wire.