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Model #43344

Store SKU #292133

1-1/4 in. Nickel-Plated Fixed Pulley

  • Affords a versatile working load of up to 110 lbs.
  • Offers a nickel-plated finish for a sleek look
  • Free rotating wheels make lifting and moving items easy
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Product Overview

The easy-to-use Single Fixed Pulley freely rotates and easily lifts loads with little force. Offers interchangeable direction of force and handles a load of up 110 lbs. Designed to use with rope or cords for lifting or moving of heavy objects.
  • Features a nickel-plated finish
  • Easy to use
  • Simplies lifting or moving heavy objects
  • Overhead lifting and exceeding weight capacity is not recommended

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.77999844
Product Height (in.)
2.57999484
Product Width (in.)
1.11999776

Details

Product Weight (lb.)
0.17
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

4Questions8Answers

Do these have ball bearings ?

Asked by Kk August 18, 2018
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NO

What size rope?

Asked by TJF May 29, 2017
2
Answers

Use 1/4". There is an 1/8" gap besides the wheel. Anything much smaller than 1/4" will likely get wedged.

What is the diameter of the eyelet for hanging the pulley?

Asked by rs June 4, 2019
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Answer

¼ in. eye diameter

What diameter rope is optimal for this pulley?

Asked by Watobau June 8, 2016
1
Answer

The wheel's valley is 1/4". So, 1/4" is optimal.

Customer Reviews

  • 9 Customer Reviews
  • 4 out of 5 stars overall
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I bought a used 32 ft. extension ladder. The ladder itself is in very good condition but the rope used to extend it is rotted and the pulley is badly rusted. This 1-1/4 in. pulley is the exact size I need to replace it. Prior to installation I gave it a shot of wheel bearing grease to reduce friction and for corrosion protection. It's rated for a 110 lb. working load limit which is much higher than it will ever see. I replaced the rotted rope with 20 ft. of 1/4 in. poly rope which fits in the pulley perfectly. Ladder is now good as new. EVERBILT does not offer a printed warranty but as with most products Home Depot sells they offer a 90 day return policy.
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Nice little pulley, with an even coating of nickel. Based on the first pic, I was expecting a bra...
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Nice little pulley, with an even coating of nickel. Based on the first pic, I was expecting a brass wheel. After it arrived, with a nickel wheel, I see the second pic clearly shows the wheel is nickel. My only complaint, there is nearly 1/8" play in the wheel (see pic). If I use a stiff 1/4" rope, then there is no problem, but something thinner, or with stretch, might slip the wheel and get wedged. FYI, it is not brass under the nickel. A magnet sticks to both the body and wheel. I suspect it will rust if chipped.
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Small pulley for light tasks. No ball bearings just a rivet through a wheel and the top hook is s...
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Small pulley for light tasks. No ball bearings just a rivet through a wheel and the top hook is solidly connected to the frame of the pulley. And the inner pulley wheel is also solid metal. I am using this pulley to hoist my bicycle to the ceiling of my garage. I do not use it in a block-and-tackle setup to make the forces smaller, but instead just use it to help lift and hold the bike horizontally to the ceiling. I installed an eye hook in a joist on the ceiling, put this pulley on the hook. Ran a ¼ inch rope through the pulley and rigged up a railing banister holder as a hook. I then have 2 large hooks in my wall about 12" from the ceiling tire width apart. Hang the bike wheels on these wall hooks, then hoist the bike frame up using the pulley and this gets the bike out of the way and maintains lots of headroom below. So it looks like the bike is riding on the wall. I have it tied off using a rope cleat. Anyways, since I am not hoisting much more than 20lbs, the pulley didn't need to be rated very heavily. This pulley does exactly what I need and should last longer than my bike. The pulley spins smoothly and freely even under load. While it does wobble a bit if you spin it fast, I see no problems while using it in my scenario. So its a perfect option for me and my use case. If I was lifting something heavier, I would look for a pulley with ball-bearings.
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Simple strong and worth the money. Some of the casting...
Simple strong and worth the money. Some of the casting inside a few of the cases were a little rough and with side load can rub the pulleys and stop them from turning. I was able to fix this with a very small file and a little sand paper. I have 36 of them all working fine.
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1-1/4 in. Nickel-Plated Fixed Pulley review: The entire length of this pulley is 2 5/8 inches. ...
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1-1/4 in. Nickel-Plated Fixed Pulley review: The entire length of this pulley is 2 5/8 inches. The length of 1 1/4 inch refers to the length of the actual rotating part inside the structure. The width of the unit is 5/8 inch. I use these pulleys to attach bird feeders way up to a tree limb. Then, when I need to fill the container with bird seed, I use a rope to lower the container via the pulley. Works very well for that purpose. It is rated for 110 pounds weight so it works very well for this purpose. I have been using two of these for about six months and they are still working flawlessly. There ya go!
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The Everbilt 1-1/4 in. Nickel-Plated Fixed Pulley, with it's lifting 110# rating, offers some rel...
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The Everbilt 1-1/4 in. Nickel-Plated Fixed Pulley, with it's lifting 110# rating, offers some relief from over exertion and back pain when moving bulky, awkward objects and tools in my workshop. I have two HD 2" eyelets secured into overhead horizontal 2X8's that I use to hoist heavier loads onto rolling carts. This "lighweight pulley" does the job for task I could try to man-handle, but probably shouldn't!! At my age, Wisdom has taught me to work Smart. Who knows, may have already saved me from some back pain and agony!!
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Pullet axle bore off center (spin pulley and watch ti move up and down about 1/8 inch) Pulley hou...
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Pullet axle bore off center (spin pulley and watch ti move up and down about 1/8 inch) Pulley housing drilled off center (pulley outer edge scrapes on inner housing)
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This pulley is great for smaller projects. It has a decent load capacity and turns smoothly. Addi...
This pulley is great for smaller projects. It has a decent load capacity and turns smoothly. Additionally, there is little space for the rope to run off the tracks in the wheel of the pulley. I have had no issues with this product. Great value for the price.
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