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1/16" 7x7 Galvanized Aircraft Cable - 480 lbs Breaking StrengthImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

1/16" 7x7 Galvanized Aircraft Cable - 480 lbs Breaking Strength

Item #:WRGAC77016
USUALLY SHIPS:1 - 2 DaysDetails
PRICE PER:Linear FootDetails
Full Spool Length:5,000
1 - 499$0.09
500 - 999$0.08
1000 - 2499$0.07
2500 + $0.06
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  • 1/16" 7x7 Galvanized Aircraft Cable - 480 lbs Breaking Strength

    • Galvanized wire rope (aka aircraft cable) is one of the most popular types of wire rope
    • Not intended for aircraft use, not certified to MIL-W-83420
    • Available by the foot, also sold in standard lengths that are coiled or spooled
    • Great for small, light-duty applications
    • Mill certificates available upon request
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