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Crosby 8" HS-21-B Manila Wood Block - 7/8" - 1" Rope - 2800 lbs WLL - #603911Image shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

Crosby 8" HS-21-B Manila Wood Block - 7/8" - 1" Rope - 2800 lbs WLL - #603911

Item #:CR-603911
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  • Crosby 8" HS-21-B Manila Wood Block - 7/8" - 1" Rope - 2800 lbs WLL - #603911

    • Standard-type wood block for manila rope
    • Laser-cut sideplates
    • Grade 5 bolts secured with lock washers and staked nuts
    • Sheaves are bronze-bushed with larger bearing diameter for extended bloc life
    • Furnished with becket
    • Satisfies ASME B30.26
  • MPN
    Rope Size
    7/8" - 1"
    Sheave Size
    Wooden Manila Blocks
    WLL (lbs)
    Safety Factor
    Pin Diameter
    Approx. Weight (lbs)
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