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Crosby G-414SL Heavy-Duty Shackle-Loc Thimble - 3/4" Wire Rope - #1036826Image shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

Crosby G-414SL Heavy-Duty Shackle-Loc Thimble - 3/4" Wire Rope - #1036826

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  • Crosby G-414SL Heavy-Duty Shackle-Loc Thimble - 3/4" Wire Rope - #1036826

    • Prevents the shackle from being removed and replaced in the field, which could compromise the integrity of the lifting sling
    • Hot-dip galvanized (after the wedge has been welded)
    • Greater protection against wear and deformation of the wire rope eye
    • Promotes a longer service life for sling
    • Meets Federal Specification FF-T-276b Type III
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