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1/2" x 3-1/4" Galvanized Shoulder Eye Bolt - Import

$3.09
SKU: GVSEB12X3-14
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3-1/4"
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Specifications

Width:1"
Assembly Break Strength:13,000 lbs.
Working Load Limit:2,600 lbs.
Product Weight:0.4
Shank Length :3-1/4"
Material:Steel
Finish:Galvanized
Shipping And Returns:This item cannot be returned due to safety risks associated with used materials.
Diameter:1/2"
Eye Bolt Dimensions:
A: .50"
B: 1.00"
C: 1.75"
D: .38"
E: 1.50"
F: 3.25"
G: 5.12"
H: 1.00"
J: .91"

Description

Shoulder eye bolt is manufactured in heavy duty forged steel and galvanized for corrosion resistance. Eye bolts with shoulders can be used for either straight line or angular lifts, though using in an angular lift will significantly reduce the rated capacity.

Please Note:
Loading at an angle will significantly reduce a bolt’s rated capacity. A 75 degree angle reduces the working load limit by 45%; a 60 degree angle reduces it by 65%; a 45 degree angle reduces it by 75%. Never load at an angle less than 45 degrees from the bolt center line.



California Residents: WARNING

Width:1"
Assembly Break Strength:13,000 lbs.
Working Load Limit:2,600 lbs.
Product Weight:0.4
Shank Length :3-1/4"
Material:Steel
Finish:Galvanized
Shipping And Returns:This item cannot be returned due to safety risks associated with used materials.
Diameter:1/2"
Eye Bolt Dimensions:
A: .50"
B: 1.00"
C: 1.75"
D: .38"
E: 1.50"
F: 3.25"
G: 5.12"
H: 1.00"
J: .91"

Shoulder eye bolt is manufactured in heavy duty forged steel and galvanized for corrosion resistance. Eye bolts with shoulders can be used for either straight line or angular lifts, though using in an angular lift will significantly reduce the rated capacity.

Please Note:
Loading at an angle will significantly reduce a bolt’s rated capacity. A 75 degree angle reduces the working load limit by 45%; a 60 degree angle reduces it by 65%; a 45 degree angle reduces it by 75%. Never load at an angle less than 45 degrees from the bolt center line.



California Residents: WARNING

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