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Crosby 4" G-2140CT Alloy Bolt Type Anchor Shackle - 175 Ton WLL - #1260861Image shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

Crosby 4" G-2140CT Alloy Bolt Type Anchor Shackle - 175 Ton WLL - #1260861

Item #:CR-1260861
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  • Product Description
  • Specifications
  • Safety Notice
  • Crosby 4" G-2140CT Alloy Bolt Type Anchor Shackle - 175 Ton WLL - #1260861

    • Forged - Quenched and Tempered, alloy steel
    • Furnished with Round Head Bolt with welded handle
    • Working Load Limit permanently shown on shackle
    • Finish is inorganic zinc primer
    • Individually proof-tested to 2 times the Working Load Limit and mag inspected with certification
    • RFID equipped
    • Type Approval and certification in accordance with DNV 2.7-1 Offshore Containers, and Rules for Certification of Lifting Appliances, DNV OS-101 and are produced in accordance with DNV MSA requirements, including required documents
    • COLD TUFF shackles are suitable for use to -50º F
  • MPN
    Bolt Type Anchor
    WLL (tons)
    WLL (lbs)
    Safety Factor
    Overall Length
    Inside Length
    Inside Width
    Throat Opening
    Pin Diameter
    Approx. Weight (lbs)
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