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1/2" x 5000 ft 6x19 Class Galvanized Wire Rope - 24000 lbs Breaking StrengthImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

1/2" x 5000 ft 6x19 Class Galvanized Wire Rope - 24000 lbs Breaking Strength

Item #:WRGGP012X5000
USUALLY SHIPS:1 - 2 DaysDetails
PRICE PER:Coil / Spool
Price:$4,100.00
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  • 1/2" x 5000 ft 6x19 Class Galvanized Wire Rope - 24000 lbs Breaking Strength

    • General purpose wire rope, just like regular wire rope but with a galvanized finish
    • 6x19 class, includes 6x19, 6x25 and 6x26 variations
    • Made from Extra Improved Plow Steel (EIPS) with an Independent Wire Rope Center (IWRC)
    • Great for general usage including marine, perimeter cables, permanent outdoor structures and even slings
    • Mill certificates available upon request
  • Size
    1/2"
    Type
    General Purpose
    Construction
    6x19 Class
    Material
    Galvanized
    Length (ft)
    5000
    Breaking Strength (lbs)
    24,000
    Approx. Weight / ft (lbs)
    0.46
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