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Endless Polyester Round Sling

Polyester Endless Round Slings

Polyester endless round slings feature a continuous loop which allows for variation in the load contact point .They work well in all hitch applications.

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Nylon Triangle Choker

Nylon Triangle Choker Slings – Type 1

Nylon Triangle Choker Slings feature alloy steel end fittings and are known for their effectiveness in choker hitches but also work well in vertical and basket lifting.

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Nylon Triangle Slings – Type 2

Nylon Triangle Slings feature alloy steel triangle hardware on each end of the strap and work well in basket hitches. They can also be used in vertical hitches but should not be used in choker hitch applications.

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Nylon Eye and Eye Flat

Nylon Eye and Eye Slings – Type 3

Nylon eye and eye slings feature flat eye loops and work well in all hitch types making them a versatile and economical choice.

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Nylon Twisted Eye and Eye Slings – Type 4

Nylon twisted eye and eye slings feature eyes twisted at 90°. They are great multipurpose lifting slings that can be used in choker, vertical, and basket hitches.

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Nylon Endless

Nylon Endless Slings – Type 5

Nylon Endless Slings feature a continuous loop and are popular for their affordability, versatility and strength.

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Nylon Reverse Eye Slings-Type 6

Nylon reverse eye slings feature texturized wear pads in the eyes which provides greater abrasion resistance than standard webbing.

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Nylon Continuous Eye Wide Slings – Type 8

Nylon continuous eye wide slings feature an extra wide body with tapered eyes and provide maximum load stability for heavy duty basket hitch lifting.

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Nylon Attached Eye Wide Slings – Type 9

Nylon attached eye wide slings are popular for delicate, lighter duty load applications where additional width is needed for load stability.

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