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Ulven 5/8" 106 Bolt Type Chain Shackle - 6 Ton WLL

Ulven 5/8" 106 Bolt Type Chain Shackle - 6 Ton WLL
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Ulven 5/8" 106 Bolt Type Chain Shackle - 6 Ton WLL
SKU: UV-610605MPN: 610605
PRICE:$96.30
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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
  • Very similar to the popular #102 shackle, except this shackle features straight sides with no bell curve (referred to as a "chain" shackle as opposed to an "anchor" shackle)
  • NOT FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING

Specifications

MPN
610605
Model
106
Size
5/8"
Type
Bolt Type Chain
Material
Alloy Steel
Color
Yellow
WLL (tons)
6
WLL (lbs)
12,000
Inside Length
2.50"
Inside Width
0.88"
Throat Opening
0.88"
Pin Diameter
0.75"
Weight (lbs)
2

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