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DBI Sala Pole Climber's Web Positioning Strap - #1234030

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  • DBI Sala Pole Climber's Web Positioning Strap - #1234030

    • Designed for use as part of a pole climbing aid and as part of a work positioning system
    • The forged steel locking snap hook and friction buckle are stitched, then fastened by metal clip and stainless steel rivets to 8,000 lbs nylon strap webbing
    • The 1-11/16 webbing is sensitive to wear and shows a two-ply red core when frayed or worn and should be removed from service at that time
    • Maximum worker capacity of 350 lbs
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  • DBI Sala Pole Climber's Web Positioning Strap - #1234030$217.00
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