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"Northern Industrial Tools 2.8-Ton Capacity Pulley Block, Model# H01-003-0005"

Item# 14298
"This 2.8 ton capacity pulley block is designed for winches with capacity up to 4000 lbs., cable up to 7/32in. diameter and pulley up to 2 1/4in. diameter. Pulling capacity 5600 lbs. Application Pulley block, Capacity lbs. 4,000, Capacity Ton 2.8, Works With Cable, winch. Designed for winches up to 4000-lb. capacity Accepts up to 7/32in. diameter cable 5600-pound pulling capacity Diameter of Pulley 2 1/4in. Width 7/16in. Overall Dimensions 2 1/2in.W x 6in.L"
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Questions & Answers for "Northern Industrial Tools 2.8-Ton Capacity Pulley Block, Model# H01-003-0005"

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Can this be used for hoisting?

asked 6 months ago
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math
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answer 1
This pulley block can be used for hoisting.
answered 6 months ago
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NITExpert13
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What is the diameter of the pin that holds the hook?

asked 1 year, 1 month ago
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carlr
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answer 1
The diameter of the pins that hold the hook and the pulley is 7/16".
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
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NITExpert13
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How wide is the throat of the hook?

asked 3 years ago
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Gladiator
 - Louisiana
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answer 1
The throat of the hook on this Pulley Block is 1, 1/2" wide.
answered 3 years ago
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NITExpert13
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Will the bolts come out so it can be separated?

I have a large head on the wire, so it won't threat through. Need to separate the pulley and lay it in.
asked 5 years, 2 months ago
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56tbird
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answer 1
Yes, you can remove the bolts to separate.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
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NITExpert5
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answer 2
No worries. There is a "C" clip on the pin that will slide off and you can open the pulley. Murphy's law says you are going to drop that "C" clip.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
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tdmac
 - Manassas Park, VA
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answer 3
Yes - as others stated - remove the C-Clips. I Personally cross-drilled the pin that holds the Hook and installed a quick release pin to make it easier.

I keep meaning to buy snap-rings to replace the C-Clips because over time the C-clips could fail...
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
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CraZySteve
 - Massachusetts
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