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Pewag VM131020 1-5/16" Grade 120 Sub Assembly - 33200 lbs WLL - #87998

Pewag VM131020 1-5/16" Grade 120 Sub Assembly - 33200 lbs WLL - #87998
SKU: PW-87998MPN: 87998
  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days
  • This product is rated for overhead lifting.
  • Made in Austria
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Product Description

  • Primary (aka top) master link is extra-wide to allow a better fit on large crane hooks
  • Use bottom links to attach chain sling legs with two-piece coupling links
  • Designed for multiple leg slings (2, 3 or 4 legs)
  • Made from the most durable type of lifting chain material, rugged Grade 120 alloy
  • Easy to identify with blue color and identification marks

* Refer to PDF attachment for full specifications on both top and bottom link dimensions.


Chain Diameter
1/2" Double Leg
3/8" Triple or Quad Leg
Sub Assembly
Grade 120 Alloy Steel
WLL (lbs)
Safety Factor
Reach (B-B)
Inside Width
Weight (lbs)

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