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9/32" (1/4") x 12 ft Logging Choker Chain - G100 Alloy Chain

9/32" (1/4") x 12 ft Logging Choker Chain - G100 Alloy Chain
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9/32" (1/4") x 12 ft Logging Choker Chain - G100 Alloy Chain
SKU: LC932X12G100
PRICE:$65.68
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  • USUALLY SHIPS: 24hrs
  • Made in USA / Imported

Product Description

  • Grade 100 alloy chain, the most popular grade we sell, approved for overhead lifting…this grade gives you total strength and max performance
  • Popular chain choker hook, designed specifically for logging
  • A popular alternative to using wire rope chokers
  • NOT FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING

Specifications

Chain Diameter
9/32" (1/4")
Type
Chain Chokers
Material
G100 Alloy
Color
Black Chain / Red Hook
Length (ft)
12
WLL (lbs)
Chain: 4,300
Hook: 4,500
Weight (lbs)
10

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