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Pewag C5.50 7/32" Grade 100 Coupling Link - 2700 lbs WLLImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

Pewag C5.50 7/32" Grade 100 Coupling Link - 2700 lbs WLL

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  • This product is rated for overhead lifting.
  • Made in Austria
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  • Pewag C5.50 7/32" Grade 100 Coupling Link - 2700 lbs WLL

    • Made from Grade 100 alloy steel
    • Heat-treated
    • Proof-tested
    • Full product traceability
    • Use to connect chains to master links, rings and other such devices
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    Chain Diameter
    Two-Piece / Hammerlock
    Grade 100 Alloy Steel
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    Throat Opening
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