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Machine Eye Bolt - Stainless Steel Type 316 - 1/2" x 7/8"

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SKU: MSSEB12X78
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Specifications

Assembly Break Strength:8,400 lbs.
Working Load Limit:2,100 lbs.
Product Weight:0.2
Shank Length :7/8"
Material:316 Stainless Steel
Shipping And Returns:This item cannot be returned due to safety risks associated with used materials.
Diameter:1/2"
Eye Bolt Dimensions:
A: 1/2"
B: 2"
C: 1-1/4"
D: 1"
E: 7/8"

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Machine Eye Bolt - Stainless Steel Type 316 - 1/2" x 7/8"
Machines eye bolts are useful for lightweight rigging applications. 1/2" machine eye bolts are midsized bolts and have a working load limit of 2,100 lbs. These 1/2" machine eye bolts are made from type 316 stainless steel for corrosion resistance. Need help finding the machine bolts or rigging supplies for your applications? Call to speak with a sales associate.

Please Note:
Loading at an angle will significantly reduce a bolt's rated capacity; a 45 degree angle reduces it to just 1/4 of the stated rating. Never load at an angle greater than 45 degrees from the bolt center line.

California Residents: WARNING

Assembly Break Strength:8,400 lbs.
Working Load Limit:2,100 lbs.
Product Weight:0.2
Shank Length :7/8"
Material:316 Stainless Steel
Shipping And Returns:This item cannot be returned due to safety risks associated with used materials.
Diameter:1/2"
Eye Bolt Dimensions:
A: 1/2"
B: 2"
C: 1-1/4"
D: 1"
E: 7/8"
Machine Eye Bolt - Stainless Steel Type 316 - 1/2" x 7/8"
Machines eye bolts are useful for lightweight rigging applications. 1/2" machine eye bolts are midsized bolts and have a working load limit of 2,100 lbs. These 1/2" machine eye bolts are made from type 316 stainless steel for corrosion resistance. Need help finding the machine bolts or rigging supplies for your applications? Call to speak with a sales associate.

Please Note:
Loading at an angle will significantly reduce a bolt's rated capacity; a 45 degree angle reduces it to just 1/4 of the stated rating. Never load at an angle greater than 45 degrees from the bolt center line.

California Residents: WARNING

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