Stainless Steel Eye Bolts consist of a threaded bolt with a ring for a head. These stainless steel eye bolts come in plain, shoulder and with nut patterns. the shoulder pattern is commonly used to holding a load. These bolts are stronger than stainless steel bent eye bolts and are commonly used to lift heavy equipment
Stainless Steel Solid Rod Ends
Stainless solid rod ends are threaded rods with a ring for the head. They have thicker and much smaller heads when compared to eye bolts.
Stainless Steel Eye Nuts In Style A + B
Stainless Steel eye nuts in A style are the standard eye nut featuring internal threading and a looped head. Style B comes in larger, thicker sizes for higher load capacities than other eye nuts of the same size.
Stainless Steel Turnbuckle Bodies and Assemblies
Stainless steel turnbuckle bodies are the open frame that are used in turnbuckle assemblies. One side is left handed while the other is right handed so that it can adjust for precise tension and length.
Stainless steel eye and eye turnbuckle assemblies are made up of a body and two eye bolt ends. Ropes or cables are attached to each end and the body is turned to adjust the tension.
Stainless steel jaw and jaw turn buckle assemblies are made of a body and two jaw bolt end fittings. These bolts can be screwed loose and accept a hook or other type of connection and then screwed back in. Once the turnbuckle assembly is in place, the body can be spun to adjust the tension on both ends equally.
Stainless steel stub and stub turnbuckle assemblies are comprised of a body and two stub end fittings. The body can be spun to adjust both ends and increase or decrease tension without twisting the turnbuckle fittings or the ropes, wires or cables they are attached to.
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