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Crosby 1/4" x 4" G-277 Shoulder Eye Bolt - 650 lbs WLL - #1045032Image shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

Crosby 1/4" x 4" G-277 Shoulder Eye Bolt - 650 lbs WLL - #1045032

Item #:CR-1045032
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  • Crosby 1/4" x 4" G-277 Shoulder Eye Bolt - 650 lbs WLL - #1045032

    • Forged steel, Quenched and Tempered
    • Working Load Limit shown is for in-line pull only
    • Fatigue rated at 1-1/2 times the Working Load Limit at 20,000 cycles
    • Bolt is hot-dip galvanized after threading (UNC)
    • Furnished with standard hot-dip galvanized hex nuts
    • Satisfies ASME B30.26 requirements
  • MPN
    1045032
    Model
    G-277
    Size
    1/4" x 4"
    Type
    Shoulder
    Material
    Galvanized
    WLL (lbs)
    650
    Safety Factor
    5:1
    Overall Length
    4.94"
    Overall Width
    0.88"
    Inside Eye
    0.50"
    Thread
    2.50"
    Approx. Weight (lbs)
    0.09
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