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1/8 in. Aluminum Ferrule and Stop Set

  • Features durable aluminum construction for strength
  • Designed for use with wire rope
  • Not intended for overhead lifting
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Price:
$198

Product Overview

Each Ferrule and Stop Set is designed for looking and swaging the ends of wire rope. The aluminum construction is designed to be lightweight and durable. Not for use on coated wire rope.
  • Aluminum ferrule
  • Includes: 2 ferrules and 2 stops
  • For looping and swaging ends of wire rope
  • Use with 1/8 in. wire rope
  • Use with thimbles to form eye loops
  • Do not use for overhead lifting
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.338582
Product Height (in.)
0.641731
Product Width (in.)
0.519684

Details

Chain/Rope Accessory Type
Ferrules & Stops
Fastener Type
Chain/Rope Accessory
Finish Family
Metallic
Package Quantity
2
Product Weight (lb.)
0.02
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

10Questions31Answers

stupud Q, but there are no directions. do i crimp the ferrule closed also, or just the stop?

Asked by lg July 9, 2020
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Answers

You should crimp the ferrule and the stop.

How many in a pack, is this price for one set?

Asked by Dawg February 20, 2020
2
Answers

it’s crazy, it’s crazy, but I’ll get over it!

Can I use this for a Stihl Blower handle

Asked by TJ December 1, 2019
1
Answer

Please check with the manufacturer for replacement blower handle recommendations.

How many ferrules are in this set (not including stops)?

Asked by HCollins April 20, 2019
2
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Two

What is the working load limit?

Asked by Annie February 15, 2019
3
Answers

Depends on the crimp but generally it is the working load of the wire.

What is the strength of the hold of this, i.e. how much tension can the ferrule hold without slip...

Asked by KD February 14, 2019
5
Answers

When swaged properly, the strength of this termination is of 90% of the breaking strength of the cable.To get working load limit, formerly known as safe working load you'd then divide by 5. So a 3/16th airline cable with breaking strength of 1700lbs would be multiplied by 0.9 to get 1530lbs before the termination would break. Since there are a lot of variables in manual termination, use case, and materials involved, we'd then divide that by 5 for a safe working load limit of 306lbs. Now, in all likelihood the termination would hold considerably more weight, but this would be a safe number. Be sure you swage properly, because most failures will end up being on the termination and not the cable or other material.s

what size ferrule does one have to use with a 1.2 mm plastic coated wire?

Asked by Anne January 12, 2019
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Answer

Ferrules are not to be used on coated wire rope, you need to remove the coating first. You need to measure the diameter of the uncoated wire rope in order to determine the size ferrule needed.

Will these work on nylon coated steel wire?

Asked by Shea December 3, 2018
5
Answers

Using them on plastic coated wire requires removing the plastic from the area where the ferrule will be crimped. Otherwise they may slip.

how do you crimp this ?

Asked by rex August 27, 2018
5
Answers

With a swagging tool. I carefully used my bolt cutters which worked good.

Do you have to use crimpping or swaging tool with this product?

Asked by Fred August 13, 2016
5
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I just put it in the corner of a bench vise in order to squeeze it on a cable.

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These sets are a great and inexpensive way to secure 1/8" wire rope. I used them for a tension wi...
These sets are a great and inexpensive way to secure 1/8" wire rope. I used them for a tension wire on my firewood rack and they worked well. I do not have a swagging tool so I used a set of bolt cutters to secure them. When I applied the right amount of pressure, it crimped them just fine. I just had to be careful to not cut the wire or apply too much pressure. These are aluminum so they crimp well.
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Standard issue wire rope ferrules for use with thimbles. To use simply slide 1/8" wire rope/cable...
Standard issue wire rope ferrules for use with thimbles. To use simply slide 1/8" wire rope/cable through one side of the ferrule, create a loop, insert a thimble, run the wire through the other side of the ferrule, bring it out about 2" and apply the round stop. Use a crimping tool or water pump pliers to compress the ferrule and the stop around the wire rope/cable creating a safe and secure wire rope loop that can be used on any hook.
by Raven
This pair of ferrules is well made, sturdy and includes stops to further secure the steel cable. ...
This pair of ferrules is well made, sturdy and includes stops to further secure the steel cable. What is required for these to be used safely is a swaging tool that properly compresses and crimps the ferrule into the cable strands and that is sold by The Home Depot. Unless you are going to use a lot of these ferrules the expense of the swaging tool would be impractical. While these ferrules do hold very well the instructions and warnings on the back of the package warn about misuse and the limitations of these ferrules. For making loops in steel cable a better choice would be cable clamps that can be adjusted and tightened once the cable stretches, which it will do once tension is placed upon it.
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I didn’t use it, it wasn’t ready for pickup soon...
I didn’t use it, it wasn’t ready for pickup soon enough so I used something else. I returned it without using it.
by JT
Good quality
These are well made. Easy to crimp onto a cable and they hold good and tight. Good quality.
by YellerDan
I used these to put together a pet leash using vinyl coated 5/32 clothes line purchased at Home D...
I used these to put together a pet leash using vinyl coated 5/32 clothes line purchased at Home Depot.
by Jay
These are great, but they should be offered in larger...
These are great, but they should be offered in larger packages. If you only need two, then ok, but the price per ferrule is too high. ALSO - why package the stops with the ferrules. I've used ferrules for years (decades really) and have not ever had any need for a stop!
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