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CMI Classic Stainless Steel Pulley up to 5/8in diameter rope

CMI Classic Stainless Steel Pulley up to 5/8in diameter rope
Item #: 15216
$65.95
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Stainless steel pulley with 2.37 aluminum sheave.For ropes up to 5/8" 12 oz. weight. 8500 lbs. tensile.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.75 lb.
Brand CMI
Color Silver
Diameter No
Strand Count No
Height 4.5"
Material Stainless Steel
Meets ANSI Standards Yes
Sheave Diameter 2.4"
Tensile Strength 8,500 lbs ( 37.8 kN )
Working Load Limit 850 lbs ( 3.7 kN )
MPN RP104
UPC Code 000194354354
Reviews

Customer Reviews

very useful Review by manuel cascane
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i love this pulley is very useful and i carry always in my saddle i build a lot of rigging systems with it . (Posted on 8/2/2014)
Not bad Review by Nick Lamoureux
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I have used this pulley while it belonged to other people and loved it. I purchased and also loved it! It is very lightweight and takes all the friction out of the lowering system. Now for the bad: the particular pulley I purchased had a faulty bushing which caused it to fail after 3 weeks. It did not "break", the pulley wheel just stopped turning all of a sudden. Sherrill was kind enough to take back my product and repair it (since I had only used the pulley for 3 weeks before it broke). I believe they just replaced the bushing and the pulley wheel itself, but it took just over a month to get the pulley back to me after I sent it out for repairs. It works fine now. I really like this pulley a lot, but I think next time I will try purchasing the Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Pulley (which has double the mbs - 16,000 lbs). The heavy duty pulley is only $6 more and uses bearings rather than a bushing. While this pulley worked it worked very well, and is an 'essential' tool for any arborist. I use mine on a carabiner and a strap of webbing and I have not had any issues other than the first initial failure. (Posted on 1/21/2014)