> > There is NOTHING wrong with using nylon rope.
> When the stretch in the load side of the line jumps over the
> reducing the stretch on the hoist side increasing the stretch on
> the load side, followed by the load jumping up and settling down,
> stretching the load side of the rope even more, the rope on load side
> can be stretched with forces that exceed the breaking strength of the
> rope and it can break.
That isn't a rope problem, it is a lack of common sense problem. Only
an absolute fool would pull a load while the load is jumping or
73, Tom W8JI