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Chicago 1/4" Tap Type 316 Stainless Steel Eye Nut - 520 lbs WLLImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

Chicago 1/4" Tap Type 316 Stainless Steel Eye Nut - 520 lbs WLL

Item #:CH-165051
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  • This product is rated for overhead lifting.
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  • Chicago 1/4" Tap Type 316 Stainless Steel Eye Nut - 520 lbs WLL

    • Drop forged 316 stainless steel
    • Working Load Limit shown is for in-line pull only
    • Pulled at a uniform rate of speed in a direct tension when tested
    • Standard UNC threads
  • MPN
    16505 1
    Stainless Steel
    WLL (lbs)
    Safety Factor
    Overall Width
    Overall Height
    Inside Length
    Inside Width
    Tap Size
    Bail Size
    Approx. Weight (lbs)
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