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Lift-All 2 Ply 2" x 18 ft Reverse Eye Tuff-Edge II Web Sling - 6500 lbs WLLImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

Lift-All 2 Ply 2" x 18 ft Reverse Eye Tuff-Edge II Web Sling - 6500 lbs WLL

Item #:LA-RE2218TE
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  • Lift-All 2 Ply 2" x 18 ft Reverse Eye Tuff-Edge II Web Sling - 6500 lbs WLL

    • Considered the best general purpose web sling available, the "Reverse Eye Sling" is a modified endless sling, reinforced and protected on all sides which makes it the most rugged and versatile web sling on the market
    • Promotes safety with superior choker hitch performance that grips loads securely
    • Reinforced eye augment strength
    • Red core yarn warning system aids in the inspection process
    • Tuf-Tag provides serial numbered identification for traceability
    • Made with Tuff-Edge II webbing, these slings are armored on all four sides resulting in one very tough sling
    • Eyes nest well on crane hooks which makes rigging easy
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    Tuff-Edge II
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