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1/2" Big-Grip Dead-end for EHS Cable - 26900 lbs Breaking Strength

1/2" Big-Grip Dead-end for EHS Cable - 26900 lbs Breaking Strength
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1/2" Big-Grip Dead-end for EHS Cable - 26900 lbs Breaking Strength
SKU: BG-012
1 - 9$23.40
10 + $21.77
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Product Description

  • Most common type of preformed grip for attaching to EHS 1x7 Guy Strand Cable
  • For use on transmission, antenna, communications and other types of guyed structures that require use of EHS strand
  • When installed properly, grip provides a Rated Holding Strength (RHS) that is equal to the published strength of the same EHS strand size


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