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Crosby 1/2" A-331 Alloy Clevis Slip Hook - 9000 lbs WLL - #1027604

Crosby 1/2" A-331 Alloy Clevis Slip Hook - 9000 lbs WLL - #1027604
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Crosby 1/2" A-331 Alloy Clevis Slip Hook - 9000 lbs WLL - #1027604
SKU: CR-1027604MPN: 1027604
PRICE:$51.55
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  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days
  • Made in the United States of America!

Product Description

  • Forged steel, Quenched and Tempered (including load pin)
  • Features quick and easy assembly
  • NOT FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING

Specifications

MPN
1027604
Model
A-331
Chain Diameter
1/2"
Type
Slip / Sling
WLL (lbs)
9,000
Safety Factor
4:1
Reach (B-B)
4.00"
Throat Opening
1.69"
Pin Diameter
0.63"
Weight (lbs)
2.75

Questions & Answers

1 Question & 1 Answer
Juan
from Long Beach, CA asked:
November 1, 2018
What grade are these?
1 Answer
Crosby's customer service classified them as Grade 70, not suitable for overhead lifting.
Submitted by: WRS on November 2, 2018

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