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Crosby 3/4" 1210 Round Reverse Eye Hook - 700 lbs WLL - #919055Image shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

Crosby 3/4" 1210 Round Reverse Eye Hook - 700 lbs WLL - #919055

Item #:CR-919055
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  • Crosby 3/4" 1210 Round Reverse Eye Hook - 700 lbs WLL - #919055

    • Reverse eye hooks are like regular hooks, except the eye is perpendicular to the lower portion of the hook body, making it ideal for choking
    • Made from forged carbon steel
    • Galvanized finish
    • Latch kit not included but is available (#1090045)
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  • Crosby 3/4" 1210 Round Reverse Eye Hook - 700 lbs WLL - #919055$27.50
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