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Chicago 1/4" x 1-1/2" E-2 Turned Eye Bolt - 74 lbs WLL - #07045 4

Chicago 1/4" x 1-1/2" E-2 Turned Eye Bolt - 74 lbs WLL - #07045 4
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Chicago 1/4" x 1-1/2" E-2 Turned Eye Bolt - 74 lbs WLL - #07045 4
SKU: CH-070454MPN: 07045 4
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Product Description

  • Manufactured from low carbon, cold drawn steel wire
  • Standard NC rolled, machined threads with one hex nut
  • Zinc-plated finish to resist corrosion
  • LIGHT-DUTY USE ONLY
  • NOT RECOMMENDED FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING OR OTHER CRITICAL APPLICATIONS

Specifications

MPN
07045 4
Model
E-2
Size
1/4" x 1-1/2"
Type
Turned
Material
Zinc-Plated Steel
Color
Silver
WLL (lbs)
74
Overall Length
2.50"
Inside Eye
0.50"
Thread
1.25"
Weight (lbs)
0.044

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