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Young 511 Wide Throat Rigging Block - 22 Ton WLL

Item #:YG-511
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  • Young 511 Wide Throat Rigging Block - 22 Ton WLL

    • Heavy-duty block with extra-large throat opening
    • Adaptable to many uses requiring fast running lines and heavy loading
    • Equipped with manganese sheave mounted on Timken bearings
    • Steel sides, alloy steel pins and shackle
  • MPN
    Wire Rope Size
    Sheave Size
    10" x 5"
    Logging Blocks
    WLL (tons)
    WLL (lbs)
    Throat Opening
    6-3/4"W x 7-1/2"H
    Weight (lbs)
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