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Ulven 1" 102 Bolt Type Anchor Shackle - 16 Ton WLL

Ulven 1" 102 Bolt Type Anchor Shackle - 16 Ton WLL
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Ulven 1" 102 Bolt Type Anchor Shackle - 16 Ton WLL
SKU: UV-610208MPN: 610208
PRICE:$132.54
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  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days
  • Made in the United States of America!

Product Description

  • Hand forged from alloy steel right here in Oregon
  • Specifically designed for the logging industry
  • Just like the ever-popular 101 shackle, this shackle is also very popular, but uses a bolt and nut instead of a screw pin--the shackles, otherwise, are dimensionally the same
  • NOT FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING

Specifications

MPN
610208
Model
102
Size
1"
Type
Bolt Type Anchor
Material
Alloy Steel
Color
Yellow
WLL (tons)
16
WLL (lbs)
32,000
Inside Length
3.25"
Inside Width
2.00"
Throat Opening
1.25"
Pin Diameter
1.13"
Weight (lbs)
5

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