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Big Grip Dead Ends

12 Products

Big Grip Dead End 3/16"


$6.99
SKU: BGDE316

Big Grip Dead End 1/4"


$7.89
SKU: BGDE14

Big Grip Dead End 5/16"


$10.29
SKU: BGDE516

Big Grip Dead End 3/8"


$13.39
SKU: BGDE38

Big Grip Dead End 7/16"


$19.59
SKU: BGDE716

Big Grip Dead End 1/2"


$27.79
SKU: BGDE12

Big Grip Dead End 9/16"


$39.19
SKU: BGDE916

Big Grip Dead End 5/8"


$67.09
SKU: BGDE58

Big Grip Dead End 11/16"


$129.79
SKU: BGDE1116

Big Grip Dead End 3/4"


$136.69
SKU: BGDE34

Big Grip Dead End 7/8"


$232.59
SKU: BGDE78

$397.59
SKU: BGDE1

Big Grip Dead Ends

Big grip dead ends, also known as preforms, are designed for use with Extra High Strength (EHS) guy wire on guyed structures such as communications, transmission, and antenna towers. They are used to create a termination point at the end of the strand.

To correctly use a big grip dead end, it needs to have the same lay configuration as the guy wire strand. When properly installed, big grips will render the same Rated Holding Strength (RHS) as the guy wire to which it is applied. Don't forget to secure the installation with an ice clip!

These guy wire grips are single-use pieces of equipment that install quickly and easily without tools. While it's intended for one-time use, it can be re-applied within 90 days of the original installation if re-tensioning is required.

Guy Wire Dead End Illustration



Big Grip Dead End Illustration

Identification Tape: Displays catalog number, nominal sizes.

Color Code and Length: Identifies strand size.

Cross-Over Marks: Identifies starting point for application.

Short Leg / Long Leg: Short leg should be applied first during installation.

Questions?

Our team of product experts is always happy to answer questions about guy wire dead end grips, as well as guy wire specifications, uses, bulk quantity options, etc. Give us a call today!

We also carry additional guy wire hardware, including thimbles, shackles, clamps, and turnbuckles.

For more information about guy wire installation, contact a professional in your area or visit The National Association of Tower Erectors.

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