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Miller 125 g-Link Overhaul Ball - 3 Ton WLL - 1/2" Wire RopeImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

Miller 125 g-Link Overhaul Ball - 3 Ton WLL - 1/2" Wire Rope

Item #:MRB-C-125
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  • Miller 125 g-Link Overhaul Ball - 3 Ton WLL - 1/2" Wire Rope

    • Weighs 2.5 - 4 times as much as a standard swivel of the same type
    • Adds overhaul weight without increasing overall length
    • Ideal for small truck cranes and low headroom applications where only minimal overhaul weight is required
    • Angular contact bearings for low torque swivel motion
    • Zinc plating inside and out for effective protection against corrosion
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