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Connecting Roller Link, Heavy Series, PK5
- Item # 1YKE5
- Mfr. Model # 60HPCL
- UNSPSC # 31151603
- Catalog Page # 163
- Shipping Weight 0.27 lbs.
- Item Connecting Roller Chain Link
- Type Hollow Pin
- ANSI Chain Size 60
- Pitch 0.75"
- Bushing Dia. (In.) 0.469
- Width Between Roller Link Plates (In.) 0.500
- Roller Dia. (In.) 0.469
- Roller Link Plate Height (In.) 0.713
- Connecting End to Center Line (In.) 0.561
- Rivet End to Center Line (In.) 0.494
- Pin Length (In.) 1.055
- Inside Pin Dia. 0.330"
- Outside Pin Dia. (In.) 0.330
- Pin Link Plate Thickness (In.) 0.094
- Pin Type Riveted
- Length (In.) 0.750
- Overall Width (In.) 1.087
- Max. Allowable Load (Lb.) 948
- Tensile Strength (Lb.) 5950
- Lubrication SAE 10 to SAE 50
- Material Carbon Steel
- Temp. Range 15 to 300F
- Agency Compliance American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
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