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3/32 in. x 1/8 in. x 50 ft. PVC-Coated Galvanized Aircraft Cable 7x7 Construction with Clips and Thimbles

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KingChain vinyl-coated galvanized aircraft cables are used for many material handling applications and have typical home uses for garage door cables, winch lines, tie-downs, dog runs, hanging signs, and guy wires for flagpoles. KingChain aircraft cable is made in accordance with US Federal Specification RR-W-410D. The cable is hot-dipped galvanized for long lasting durability and moderate corrosion resistance. The 7x7 construction consists of 7 individual wires laid in a spiral around a center King wire to form a strand. Seven strands are then wound together to form a cable. The cable is then coated in a clear sheath of vinyl for added weather resistance. This construction provides good strength, good flexibility and good abrasion resistance. Remove sections of the vinyl coating when using cable accessories, like sleeves, clips or thimbles. The steel cable must be in contact with the accessory to ensure a secure grip. This cable has a Safe Working Load (SWL) of 184 lbs. (83 kg). Its breaking strength is 5 times the SWL (design factor 5:1). Any breaking strength ratings are listed for comparison purposes only. Actual operating loads may vary but should not exceed the recommended design factor of 20% of the products breaking strength. Not intended for aircraft use.
  • 3/32 in. cable diameter, 1/8 in. overall diameter, 7x7 construction
  • 50 ft. L
  • 184 lbs. (83 kg) safe work load (SWL)
  • Vinyl coated, high-strength cable
  • Galvanized finish provides good corrosion and rust resistance
  • Includes 1/8 in. wire rope clips (4 piece) and 1/8 in. wire rope thimbles (2 piece)
  • Convenient grab n go plastic tub can be reused for the chain or anything else

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Ratings
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Rope Diameter (in.)1/81/81/83/8
Product Length (ft.)20.0 ft50.0 ft50 ft9.0 ft
Working Load Limit (lbs.)150.0340.01842880.0
MaterialMetalMetalGalvanized SteelMetal
Finish Family Metallic
Features Abrasion Resistant,Weather Resistant
Strand Construction 7x7
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
5.7 in
Product Height (in.)
3 in
Product Length (ft.)
50 ft
Product Width (in.)
5.70 in
Rope Diameter (in.)
1/8

Details

Coating Material
Vinyl Coated
Color Family
Metallics
Fastener Type
Wire Rope
Features
Abrasion Resistant,Weather Resistant
Finish Family
Metallic
Gauge
0.125
Material
Galvanized Steel
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (lb.)
1.35 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Rope Configuration
Twisted
Strand Construction
7x7
Working Load Limit (lbs.)
184

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Guaranteed against defects in workmanship and material or product replaced free of charge

Questions & Answers

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How do you use the clips and thimbles?

Asked by Misty November 24, 2019
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Dear Customer, Thank you for your question. Clips and thimbles are used to put a loop in the end of wire rope. 1- The thimble defines the loop to be formed by the wire rope 2- The clips secure the wire rope a. One clip should be snug against the base of the thimble b. The remaining clip should be positioned one clip length from the end of the of the wire rope c. The two clips should be one and a half clip lengths away from each other To install the clips and thimbles do the following 1. Lay the wire rope out and fold it back over itself to determine the position of the thimble and the clips a. One clip should be up against the bottom of the thimble b. The other clip should be positioned one clip length away from the cut end c. The clips should be positioned roughly one and a half clip lengths away from each other 2. Strip the plastic off the wire rope you need metal to metal contact where the clips and thimble contact the wire rope 3. Install the clip at the cut end of the assembly first – it should be positioned one clip length away from the cut end. The two nuts should be on the same side as the short end of the wire. Tighten the two nuts securely alternating between tightening. Be careful not to tighten the nuts so tight as to damage the wire rope 4. Now install the clip at the base of the thimble – again the two nuts on the clip should be installed so that they are on the same side as the short end of the wire. Tighten the two nuts securely alternating between tightening. 5. Now apply load to the completed assembly as close as possible to the load it will be subjected to. This will cause the wire rope to stretch a little and compress you will need to check the clips and most likely tighten them up a touch Hope this helps. Sincerely, MIBRO Customer Care

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