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Rope Block and Tackle, Lifting Capacity 350 lb., Pull Capacity 700 lb., Reach Capability 12 ft.

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  • Item # 4RU48
  • Mfr. Model # TTRH-700
  • UNSPSC # 24101613
  • Catalog Page # 1327
  • Shipping Weight 10.1 lbs.
Country of Origin USA Country of Origin is subject to change.
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Product Details

Cable and Web-Strap Ratchet Pullers
Rope Hoist/Block & Tackle
• 4:1 mechanical advantage 50-ft. rope
Assists with light industrial lifting, pulling, positioning, and stretching tasks. Roller cam lock holds load in position. Zinc-plated with heat-treated, drop-forged steel latch hooks will provide years of tough service. 3/8" rope dia.

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Technical Specs

  • Item Rope Block and Tackle
  • Lifting Capacity 350 lb.
  • Pull Capacity 700 lb.
  • Reach Capability 12 ft.
  • Min. Between Hooks 18"
  • Rope Dia. 3/8"
  • Rope Length 50 ft.
  • Ratio 4:1
  • Hook Opening 5/8"
  • Material Stamped Steel Housing, Heat-Treated Drop-forged Steel Latch Hook
  • Finish Zinc Plated
  • Standards ASME B30.21
  • Includes Cam Lever Load Lock, Heat-treated, Drop-forged Steel Latch
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The photo appears to show a provision for safety latches but they are not pictured. Is this an option to purchase seperately. I believe any lifting gear requires safety or mousing latches.
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We are sorry but to answer your question we would need more information. If you could please call 800-472-4643 and speak with one of our tech reps they will be able to assist you in getting the information you are asking for.

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Short answer, no. If you'll notice, there are four sections of rope between pulleys, plus one section that is your pull line. the longest distance between pulleys, with the pull rope end near the bottom pulley, would be 50/5=10 ft. This does not account for the rope over the pulleys ( a few inches per pulley# and any length lost by you standing to one side of the load #picture a right triangle: load is the vertical leg, you are standing the horizontal leg away from the pick point/load, the hypotenuse of the triange is the rope you pull to lift the load, which will be longer than the two legs#. The max you can lift is less than 10-1.5 ft. #you have to subtract the 18"/1.5' min between hooks) or 8.5'. You'll lose ~8" over the 4 pulleys, so that puts you at 7'-10" absolute max lift, if you can pull from directly below the top block. The more you need to stand to one side to clear the load, the less height you will be able to attain.
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The same rope, except with a length of 167 feet, in order for me to obtain a 40 feet "lift reach capacity"?
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We are sorry but to answer your question we would need more information. We don’t offer one with this long of lift. We may have something else to work for your application. If you could please call 800-472-4643 and speak with one of our tech reps they will be able to assist you in getting the information you are asking for.

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The two hooks will not be able to be used in a postion closer than 18" distant from each other.This is the closest that you will be able to bring the hooks under load. Thank you for using Grainger Ask and Answer.
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