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Chicago 1-1/8" Tap Heavy-Duty Eye Nut - 22600 lbs WLLImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

Chicago 1-1/8" Tap Heavy-Duty Eye Nut - 22600 lbs WLL

Item #:CH-172851
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  • This product is rated for overhead lifting.
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  • Chicago 1-1/8" Tap Heavy-Duty Eye Nut - 22600 lbs WLL

    • Drop forged steel
    • Self-colored
    • Heavy-duty frame size yields higher than average Working Load Limit
    • Recommended for in-line pull (capacity is reduced with angular loads)
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    17285 1
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