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7 x 7 & 7 x 19 Stainless Steel Aircraft Cable

AWR #200-20 | MFR #116SAC

by PRC

We import Type 302/304 stainless steel cable direct from Chinese mills so can control the quality but still keeps the price low. Each individual wire is solid stainless steel, not a coating like the galvanized. We have special 1x19 and 7x7 constructions in Type 316 stainless steel  (it has a higher stainless alloy content and… [read more]

$ 36.50

7 x 7 & 7 x 19 Galvanized Aircraft Cable

AWR #200-10 | MFR #116GAC

by PRC

We import this cable direct from Chinese mills so can control the quality but still keeps the price low. Each individual wire is drawn galvanized and then closed for better corrosion resistance. We can also include galvanized thimbles, malleable clips or heavy duty drop forged clips/clamps to make eyes or end connections and turnbuckles in… [read more]

$ 22.50

Wire Rope & Cable

Wire rope is used to make a wide variety of slings, chokers and bridles and also on most all cranes, hoists, winches and tramways. It comes in a wide selections of constructions and lays so the optimum wire rope can be used for any application. Wire rope is actually a machine as it has 50-650 moving parts in the form of strands & wires.

We carry 7x7, 7x19 galvanized, stainless & plastic coated aircraft cable. 6x19, 6x25, 6x26 & 6x37 IWRC EIPS wire rope. We specialized in Bridon American Dyform 18 & 34LR for crane lines

Company-

Arctic Wire, Rope & Supply focuses on high quality products made in the USA.
We are one of the largest distributors in the Pacific Northwest of Crosby Products, Bridon American Wire Rope, Continental Western Cordage & Rope and Laclede Chain. We have nation-wide shipping options for all products

What We Do-

Arctic Wire Rope and Supply is Alaska's longest established and largest manufacturer of slings, chokers and bridles made of wire rope, cable, nylon web, polyester round and grade 10 chain. We do it all right here in Anchorage and were awarded the Alaskan Manufacturer of the Year in 2006.