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Zinc Plated 35 Sash Chain

$1.15/Foot
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Part# 06-15500
MFR Model# 4110807

Overview

Standard Finish zink plated steel

Attention Sold Per Foot
Not intended for overhead lifting
Not to exceed working load limit 106lbs
   
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Specifications

  • Load Limit: 106lbs
  • Gauge: .028"
  • Inside Length: .57"
  • Weight: 6.lbs/100 reel

Reviews

Looks like a good product.

Milon W Verified Purchase

ZINC PLATED 35 SASH CHAIN

January 3, 2023

As advertized

Realdo R Verified Purchase

ZINC PLATED 35 SASH CHAIN

September 1, 2022

Worked and looked great

Paul
March 15, 2021

Perfect chain for tailwheel steering

Lance B
April 18, 2020

Just exactly what was needed. Sales reps were great as usual.

Robert W
June 2, 2017

Be aware that I ordered 3 feet of chain, and instead I received three short chains that were a foot each +/- 2 inches.

Michel K Verified Purchase

ZINC PLATED 35 SASH CHAIN

June 11, 2022

Very weak chain. Not the same as my Pa-18 tailwheel chain.

Olivier M Verified Purchase

ZINC PLATED 35 SASH CHAIN

January 18, 2023

Not the same as my Pa-18 Super Cub tail wheel chain. Its thin and looks weak. Will not install on my airplane.

Olivier M
January 4, 2023

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