Crosby 409 14" RB Double Snatch Block w/ Shackle - 12 Ton WLL - #105442
- Bolt type shackle makes for sure connection
- Opening feature permits insertion of rope while block is suspended from gin-pole
- Double sheave design
- Roller bearing
- Pressure lube fitting for sheave
- Fatigue rated
- RFID equipped
Crosby tends to keep stock on the smaller, more common sizes of their double sheave snatch blocks. Larger sizes, and those with roller bearings, are less common due to lower demand. While Crosby can certainly supply them, and they may be in stock at the time of order, often times these blocks will need to be assembled, or perhaps components will need to be built before the block can ship. Therefore, lead times can vary greatly from one part number to the next. If you must have your block by a certain date, please call use to check availability prior to placing your order. By rule, we will contact you in the event ANY item you order is out of stock or unavailable for an extended period of time, at which point you have the option to simply wait or cancel your order.
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