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Crosby UB500S Top-Swiveling Overhaul Ball - 15 Ton WLL - #1036583Image shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

Crosby UB500S Top-Swiveling Overhaul Ball - 15 Ton WLL - #1036583

Item #:CR-1036583
USUALLY SHIPS:4 - 7 DaysDetails

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  • Crosby UB500S Top-Swiveling Overhaul Ball - 15 Ton WLL - #1036583

    • Top-swiveling design on the UB500 assures the ball remains stationary if the wire line spins
    • The swivel incorporates a sealed roller thrust bearing together with a grease fitting for easy lubrication
    • May be equipped with the new McKissick US-422T Wedge Socket which can be easily adjusted to fit various sizes of wire rope by changing the wedge (important to ensure that correct wedge is used for selected wire rope size)
    • Utilizes Crosby's Shur-Loc hook, made from alloy steel with a durable, self-closing latch and release trigger on back side of hook
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