These slings are made specifically to use with the Tea Cup Pip Carrier from Caldwell. They feature a pressed eye on one end, and a specially-sized pressed ferrule on the other end. The ferrules mate to the appropriately sized Tea Cup. Be sure to check the reference chart in the Product Notes tab. Caldwell keeps them in stock to expedite the shipping of your entire assembly. Keep in mind that you can't really use the Tea Cup without an appropriate sling, so it's best to buy them together...and we give you a discount when you do!
- A wire rope sling specifically made to work with the Tea Cup Pipe Carriers
- Professionally swaged eye on top with a professionally pressed ferrule on the opposite end
- Load-rated and tagged
- BE SURE TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE SLING AND TEA CUP COMBINATIONůSEE CHART IN PRODUCT NOTES TAB
These slings are specifically made to work with the Tea Cup Pipe Carriers from Caldwell. Be sure to reference the chart and pictures below so that you pair the proper Tea Cup and sling size. Different lengths of slings are available, please inquire with us directly should you need a custom sling.
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