Nice job Adam.
Hate to be the one to bust your bubble but the tow cables are old M113 ones. Plus a couple that were "acquired" in typical Aussie fashion from some Bradleys in the AO.
We needed something that we could hook up fast to extract vehicles from IED strikes. The ASLAV only has a nylon winch extension rope and chains so the old M113 wire ropes were used. Much to the disapproval of the RAEME bigwigs. Something to do with the load rating of the rope, i.e. the M113 weighs 11.54 T against the ASLAV 15T. Towards the end of OBG(W)-4 we actually received some purpose built wire ropes for the task which were a fair bit longer than the M113 and consisted of D shakles and eyelets on the ends of the rope.
Just some back ground info for you.
Doesn't really matter because the American Tow ropes all have a very similar eye loop on them from what I have seen. They just seem to be beefed up to suit the vehicle towing weight and the wire rope thicker and longer but yours look the part.
Couldn't have been recky mechs, any recky mech worth his salt should have told you to use them within their load limit, an ASLAV weighing X tonne has nothing to do with using something from an M113/Bradley etc.
As for tow rope size yes the american gear is all the same design but, when you put a tank rope next to a M113 rope the latter looks very spindly. The rope itself is about half as thick and the eyelets are about half as thin. But in 1:35 scale you would probably need a magnifying glass to tell the difference.