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I've done a little searching and haven't come up with anything on using the typical steel winch line snatch blcok with synthetic line. I was mainly looking for a better alternative, something that would have less chance to tear the line up. When I got my winch it came with the typical snatch block and I thought about putting some time into sanding it to get it as smooth as possible.
 

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Dyingyak said:
When I got my winch it came with the typical snatch block
Your winch came with a snatch block?

I've used my ARB snatch block with my Amsteel BLue without problem

Anyways - here ya go
http://www.masterpull.com/item.cfm?itemid=32050
But take a look at what snatch block is included in their recovery kits
 

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grillmasterp said:
Your winch came with a snatch block?

I've used my ARB snatch block with my Amsteel BLue without problem

Anyways - here ya go
http://www.masterpull.com/item.cfm?itemid=32050
But take a look at what snatch block is included in their recovery kits
I bought the winch used, that how I ended up with it.

Thanks for the link! That was what I was curious about.
 

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I've used the standard snatch block with my winch rope without issue..
 

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i use a standard warn snatch bolck with mine i have no problems
 

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The only time you'll have a problem is if the block was used with a cable and it's got burrs on the pulley, this could cause damage to your synthetic line. Other than sanding smooth the pulley, there is no reason why it couldn't be used......
 
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