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USR Arborist Rope Grab - 7/16" - 5/8"

USR Arborist Rope Grab - 7/16" - 5/8"
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USR Arborist Rope Grab - 7/16" - 5/8"
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  • This product is imported. Country of Origin subject to change.

Product Description

  • Made from hard anodized aluminum
  • Popular style for arborists, fits and functions like other popular brands
  • Threaded bolt as opposed a detent pin is safer for arborists


Rope Size
7/16" - 5/8"
Weight (oz)

Questions & Answers

1 Question & 1 Answer
from Los Angeles asked:
February 16, 2019
I bought a Yale Cordage Maxi-Flip 5/8", would this rope grab fit it?
1 Answer
We did a test fit, and we would say no.  The Maxi-Flip is slightly oversized and beefier than the other fliplines we offer, and while you might be able to successfully install the rope grab, we are doubtful it would cam freely and function as desired.  We would recommend the USR, CMI or Gibbs 4SB as good alternatives.
Submitted by: WRS on February 18, 2019

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