"9/16 Bull Rope"David TerHaar on 4/21/2014 8:35:51 PM
Write your review here: This rope is very strong,easy to coil,and easy on your hands. Shipping was prompt and the two end splices were as stated.
What are you using this item for? Felling large trees.
"Bull rope"Tony Screws on 3/29/2014 1:00:05 PM
Write your review here: It is a good rope it is #2 very strong I will buy it again if I need to
What are you using this item for? Trees & towing
"Good Rope"Josh Lenz on 1/20/2014 8:21:32 AM
Write your review here: Received rope right away.Havent used the ropes yet but they seem large and strong. I will be using them to pull a tarp over a hoop building.
What are you using this item for? Pulling tarp over hoop
"Bull Rope"John Harbeson Harbeson on 9/9/2013 8:42:11 PM
Write your review here: Excellent product with good communication from their staff. It is exactly what I was looking for. Fast shipping and they even gave me an extra 5 feet above what I had requested.
What are you using this item for? Pulling on trees to make them fall where they should and not where they could go on their own.
"Bulll Rope"David Heil on 3/4/2013 8:16:22 PM
Write your review here: I made a call and questions were adequately answered. Received 100 plus feet of bull rope in a reasonable time and price. Will use to pull trees when falling them.
What are you using this item for? Pulling trees when falling them.
"9/16 Bull Rope"Charles Pumphrey on 1/15/2013 11:03:47 PM
Write your review here: Just wanted to "Thank" Knot & Rope Supply for the prompt shipping of the 9/16 Bull Rope I ordered. The next day, I used it to pull over a very large water-oak in sandy soil. The roots grow down like a tap-root instead of out, like most oaks do in good soil. It performed perfectly. It's a little heavier than I normally use, but needed to ensure it wouldn't break under the circumstances. After the prompt service and delivery, as well as price, I will most defintely purchase any additional rope from you. Thanks again, Charles Pumphrey
What are you using this item for? Pulling trees over that are too large for smaller rope