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Ratchet Chain Binder 1/4"

$16.99
SKU: CB135
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Assembly Break Strength:7,800 lbs.
Working Load Limit:2,600 lbs.
Product Weight:3.5
Ratchet Handle:Standard
Quantity:Single
Chain Size:1/4"

Description

Heavy duty ratchet chain binders are designed to tighten chain tie downs over a load. Features a forged steel handle design for maximum leverage, and a cam and prawl mechanism to create a smooth, ratcheting action. All of our load binders meet FMCSA and DOT specifications, and have size, break strength, and working load limit information on the handle. This 1/4" ratchet chain binder is designed for use with 1/4" Grade 70 Transport Chain. We also carry a 1/4" lever binder. Also available in a 10-pack: 1/4" ratchet chain binder 10-pack. Not sure if a ratchet chain binder or lever chain binder is the right choice for your job? Call our sales team, they'll be glad to help. For more information on the differences between lever binders and ratchet binders, and how to choose the right size load binder, see our blog post: Chain Binders.

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Assembly Break Strength:7,800 lbs.
Working Load Limit:2,600 lbs.
Product Weight:3.5
Ratchet Handle:Standard
Quantity:Single
Chain Size:1/4"
Heavy duty ratchet chain binders are designed to tighten chain tie downs over a load. Features a forged steel handle design for maximum leverage, and a cam and prawl mechanism to create a smooth, ratcheting action. All of our load binders meet FMCSA and DOT specifications, and have size, break strength, and working load limit information on the handle. This 1/4" ratchet chain binder is designed for use with 1/4" Grade 70 Transport Chain. We also carry a 1/4" lever binder. Also available in a 10-pack: 1/4" ratchet chain binder 10-pack. Not sure if a ratchet chain binder or lever chain binder is the right choice for your job? Call our sales team, they'll be glad to help. For more information on the differences between lever binders and ratchet binders, and how to choose the right size load binder, see our blog post: Chain Binders.

California Residents: WARNING

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