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5/16" x 20 ft Grade 70 Tie Down Chain - 4700 lbs WLL

5/16" x 20 ft Grade 70 Tie Down Chain - 4700 lbs WLL
QuantityCost per ChainSave
1 - 9$54.55-
10 + $50.747%
  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days
  • This product is imported. Country of Origin subject to change.

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


Chain Diameter
Clevis Hooks
Grade 70
Length (ft)
WLL (lbs)
Weight (lbs)

Questions & Answers

1 Question & 1 Answer
from Alvarado,TX 76009 asked:
February 1, 2018
I need 5/16" Grade 70 chain with hooks @ 24 feet long, 10 chains total. What is the price per chain and where do they ship from?
1 Answer
We do not have 24ft pre-cut binder chains, but we can build them for you. Or, we can offer 25ft pre-cut binder chains. However, we do not provide quotes through our Q&A feature, so we will email you directly.
Submitted by: Westech Rigging Supply on February 1, 2018

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