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CM 3/8" Plate Hook - 7050 lbs WLLImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

CM 3/8" Plate Hook - 7050 lbs WLL

Item #:CM-462537
USUALLY SHIPS:2 - 3 DaysDetails
Price:$306.97
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  • Product Description
  • Specifications
  • Attachment(s)
  • Safety Notice
  • CM 3/8" Plate Hook - 7050 lbs WLL

    • Designed for lifting plate material, like steel, in vertical and horizontal orientations
    • Easily attached to chain to make a certified lifting assembly
    • Should be used in pairs with careful attention to sling angles
    • Made from alloy material
    • Durable orange powder coat finish
  • MPN
    462537
    Chain Diameter
    3/8"
    Type
    Plate
    Material
    Grade 80 Alloy Steel
    Color
    Orange
    WLL (lbs)
    7,050
    Reach (B-B)
    6.53"
    Throat Opening
    2.63"D x 2.97"H
    Approx. Weight (lbs)
    5.7
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