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Campbell T7665012 Welded Ring Campbell T5950124 Repair Lap Link National Hardware 3152BC Lap Link
Campbell Welded Ring, Working Load Limit: 200 lb, Ring Diameter: 1 in ID, Chain Size: #7, Steel, Nickel-Plated For connections of chain and attachments (Not for overhead lifting). Do Not exceed working load limit. National Hardware 3152BC Lap Link, Working Load Limit: 120 lb, Trade Size: 1/8 in, Steel, Zinc
National Hardware 3152BC Lap Link Campbell T7665032 Welded Ring SHUT COLD ZINC PLATED 3/16IN
National Hardware 3152BC Lap Link, Working Load Limit: 225 lb, Trade Size: 3/16 in, Steel, Zinc Campbell Welded Ring, Working Load Limit: 200 lb, Ring Diameter: 1-1/4 in ID, Chain Size: #7, Steel, Nickel-Plated Designed as a temporary chain link repair, use one size bigger than chain. Can be used to couple chain attachments. Do not reuse after closure. Manufactured from steel.
Campbell T7661152 Welded Ring Campbell T7660841 Welded Ring SPRING SNAP STEEL ZN 3/16
Campbell Welded Ring, Working Load Limit: 200 lb, Ring Diameter: 2 in ID, Chain Size: #3, Steel, Nickel-Plated Campbell Welded Ring, Working Load Limit: 200 lb, Ring Diameter: 1-1/4 in ID, Chain Size: #4, Steel, Zinc Do not exceed the working load limit. Do not use for overhead lifting, to support human weight, for playground or athletic equipment or as safety device.
National Hardware 3152BC Lap Link Campbell T7665042 Welded Ring Fehr Bros 1/4IN Anchor Shackle
National Hardware 3152BC Lap Link, Working Load Limit: 500 lb, Trade Size: 1/4 in, Steel, Zinc Campbell Welded Ring, Working Load Limit: 200 lb, Ring Diameter: 1-1/2 in ID, Chain Size: #3, Steel, Nickel-Plated Forged steel, hot dipped, galvanized. Open-throat design, wide bow, screw pin shackle requires no tools to assemble. Slip screwdriver blade or hand punch through pin/eye and tighten. Warning, Inspect regularly. Replace if worn, distorted or damaged. Ensure pin is fully engaged. Seize pin with wire. Do not exceed WLL [Work Load Limit]. Use only duty rated shackles, with embossed WLL, for overhead lifting.
Campbell T4900424 Cold Shut Campbell T4900324 Cold Shut Baron 1407 Open Eye Spring Snap
Connections for chain and attachments. When using cold shuts with chain, use one size larger than chain size. With a hammer, drive the open end through the cold shut eye then peen the extended end to prevent opening. Note: Cold shuts should not be reused after closure has been made. Do not use for overhead lifting. Connections for chain and attachments. When using cold shuts with chain, use one size larger than chain size. With a hammer, drive the open end through the cold shut eye then peen the extended end to prevent opening. Note: Cold shuts should not be reused after closure has been made. Do not use for overhead lifting. BARON Chain Snap, Working Load Limit: 60 lb, Snap Opening Size: 9/32 in, Steel, Zinc, Dimensions: 3-3/8 in L
Baron 2450-1/4 Snap Link BREACHING SNAP ZN 2-1/2       Campbell T7665001 Welded Ring
Do not exceed the working load limit. Do not use for overhead lifting, to support human weight, for playground or athletic equipment or as safety device. BARON Bit Snap, Working Load Limit: 80 lb, Snap Opening Size: 5/16 in, Steel, Zinc, Dimensions: 2-1/2 in L Campbell Welded Ring, Working Load Limit: 200 lb, Ring Diameter: 2 in ID, Chain Size: #7B, Steel, Nickel-Plated
Campbell T4900524 Cold Shut National Hardware 3153BC Cold Shut National Hardware 3153BC Cold Shut
Connections for chain and attachments. When using cold shuts with chain, use one size larger than chain size. With a hammer, drive the open end through the cold shut eye then peen the extended end to prevent opening. Note: Cold shuts should not be reused after closure has been made. Do not use for overhead lifting. National Hardware 3153BC Cold Shut, Working Load Limit: 1250 lb, Trade Size: 1/4 in, Steel, Zinc National Hardware 3153BC Cold Shut, Working Load Limit: 1900 lb, Trade Size: 5/16 in, Steel, Zinc
SPRING SNAP RNDEYE SWVL 3/8   SNAP LINK 9/32                SHUT COLD ZINC PLATED 3/8IN
BARON Spring Snap, Working Load Limit: 45 lb, Zinc, Nickel, Dimensions: 2-5/8 in L Do not exceed the working load limit. Do not use for overhead lifting, to support human weight, for playground or athletic equipment or as safety device. Designed as a temporary chain link repair, use one size bigger than chain. Can be used to couple chain attachments. Do not reuse after closure. Manufactured from steel.
National Hardware 3116BC Bit Snap SPRING SNAP RNDEYE SWVL 1/4   Midland Big Orange 081163/MC645G Anchor Shackle
National Hardware 3116BC Bit Snap, Working Load Limit: 115 lb, Snap Opening Size: 5/16 in, Steel, Zinc, Dimensions: 1-3/4 in L BARON Spring Snap, Working Load Limit: 20 lb, Snap Opening Size: 3/16 in, Steel, Zinc, Dimensions: 1-7/8 in L Meets requirements of Federal Specification RR-C-271D Amendment 1. Shackle pins are forged from alloy steel, heat treated and tempered to give greater strength. Galvanized per ASTM A153. Design factor 5:1.
Campbell T7661361 Welded Ring National Hardware 3155BC Ring Cambell T9600435 Anchor Shackle
Campbell Welded Ring, Working Load Limit: 200 lb, Ring Diameter: 2-1/2 in ID, Chain Size: #2, Steel, Zinc National Hardware 3155BC Welded Ring, Working Load Limit: 195 lb, Ring Diameter: 1 in ID, Chain Size: #7, Steel, Zinc WARNING: Use shackles only as indicated. Shackles must be inspected for wear, distortion and damage before use. If the pin or bow is worn, distorted or damaged, discard the entire shackle and replace. DO NOT USE round pin shackles in rigging applications. Screw pin shackles should not be used if there will be movement on the pin. Movement could cause the pin to unscrew and drop the load. Always stand clear of loads being lifted.
   
 
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