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Crosby 1-1/8" S-505 Cold Tuff Steel Flemish Swage Sleeve - #1041269

Crosby 1-1/8" S-505 Cold Tuff Steel Flemish Swage Sleeve - #1041269
SKU: CR-1041269MPN: 1041269
  • USUALLY SHIPS: 3 - 5 Days
  • Made in the United States of America!

Product Description

  • Used for flemish eye wire rope splicing
  • Designed for low temperature toughness
  • Resists cracking when swaged (equals or exceeds stainless steel sleeves)
  • Special processed low carbon steel
  • Can be stamped after swaging for identification purposes (view product specifications for full details)
  • Recommended for use with 6x19 or 6x37, IPS, XIP or XXIP, RRL, FC or IWRC wire rope

* Hydraulic press with proper dies needed for sleeve installation. View product specifications for full details on swaging dimensions, die selection and sleeve efficiency ratings.


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Steel Flemish Sleeves
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