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3/8" x 20 ft Grade 70 Tie Down Chain - 6600 lbs WLL

3/8" x 20 ft Grade 70 Tie Down Chain - 6600 lbs WLL
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3/8" x 20 ft Grade 70 Tie Down Chain - 6600 lbs WLL
SKU: IMP-BC038X20
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Product Description

  • Made from Grade 70 transport chain
  • Yellow chromate finish for corrosion protection
  • Suitable for load securement / tie down
  • Pre-cut with clevis grab hooks installed on each end
  • NOT FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING

Specifications

Chain Diameter
3/8"
Type
Clevis Hooks
Material
Grade 70
Color
Gold
Length (ft)
20
WLL (lbs)
6,600
Weight (lbs)
31

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