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Chicago 5/8" Tap Type 316 Stainless Steel Eye Nut - 3600 lbs WLL - #16530 3

Chicago 5/8" Tap Type 316 Stainless Steel Eye Nut - 3600 lbs WLL - #16530 3
SKU: CH-165303MPN: 16530 3
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  • Made in the United States of America!
  • This product is rated for overhead lifting.
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Product Description

  • 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


16530 3
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Questions & Answers

1 Question & 1 Answer
from Toms River, NJ asked:
March 19, 2018
What is the proper Working Load Limit (WLL) for this eye nut?
1 Answer
The proper Working Load Limit is 1.8 Tons, which equals 3,600 lbs. Any date entry errors will be updated immediately.
Submitted by: Westech Rigging Supply on March 19, 2018

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