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Laclede 3/8" Grade 120 Alloy Chain - 10600 lbs WLL

Laclede 3/8" Grade 120 Alloy Chain - 10600 lbs WLL
SKU: DOM-CH038G120MPN: 1126-544-02
Linear Feet:
Linear FootCost per FootSave
5 - 49$8.55-
50 + $7.7010%
  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days
  • Full Drum Length: 400
  • Made in the United States of America!
  • This product is rated for overhead lifting.
  • This item is not returnable.

Product Description

  • Grade 120 alloy steel, domestically produced
  • Rugged, versatile and the highest strength option available today
  • Quenched and Tempered before being proof-tested
  • The perfect choice for overhead lifting


Overhead Lifting
Grade 120 Alloy Steel
Length (ft)
Per Foot
WLL (lbs)
Safety Factor
Overall Length
Overall Width
Inside Length
Inside Width
Weight / ft (lbs)

Questions & Answers

5 Questions & 5 Answers
from Salome, AZ asked:
November 14, 2020
Which service do you use to ship?
1 Answer
There are multiple options available in checkout, but most shipments go either UPS Ground or Priority Mail.
Submitted by: WRS on November 18, 2020

from NY asked:
June 2, 2020
Will I be able to cut this chain?
1 Answer
It really depends on the tools you have available.  You will likely need some sort of powered cut off wheel.
Submitted by: WRS on June 8, 2020

from Atmore, AL asked:
April 28, 2020
With Grade 120 can I use it lifting and then use it to secure load to trailer?
1 Answer
Yes, you can use Grade 120 (or Grade 100 for that matter) for both lifting and load securement.  There are different rules for both applications so just make sure you're adhering to them.  For example, chain used for overhead lifting must have a load tag with Size, Working Load Limit, Length, etc.  They must also be inspected at regular intervals by a qualified person.  You can find more information from OSHA at this link.
Submitted by: WRS on April 28, 2020

from Sebring, FL asked:
November 12, 2019
What are the outside dimensions of this chain?
1 Answer
We measured (with calipers) 1.43"W x 2.01"L.
Submitted by: WRS on November 12, 2019

from Burkesville, KY asked:
September 8, 2018
What is the breaking strength of this chain?
1 Answer
This chain has a 4:1 safety factor, so to get the Breaking Strength, simply multiply the Working Load Limit (WLL) x 4. In this case, 10,600 x 4 = 42,400 lbs.
Submitted by: WRS on September 9, 2018

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