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PCC 1/4" Welded D-Ring & Weld-on Clip - 400 lbs WLLImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.
PCC 1/4" Welded D-Ring & Weld-on Clip - 400 lbs WLL

PCC 1/4" Welded D-Ring & Weld-on Clip - 400 lbs WLL

Item #:PCC-DR-025
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PRICE PER:D-Ring
Price:$1.50
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  • PCC 1/4" Welded D-Ring & Weld-on Clip - 400 lbs WLL

    • Welded D-Rings are considered light-duty, formed from a specific diameter wire with one weld to close the ring
    • Appropriate for securing motorcycles, ATV's and other similar loads
    • NOT FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING
  • MPN
    DR-025
    Size
    1/4"
    Type
    Bolt-on
    WLL (lbs)
    400
    Safety Factor
    3:1
    Inside Length
    1.09"
    Inside Width
    1.36"
    Box / Case Quantity
    50
    Weight (lbs)
    0.13
  • PCC 1/4" Welded D-Ring & Weld-on Clip - 400 lbs WLL$1.50
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