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L-Clamp, 16 Max. Jaw Opening (In.), 2600 Nominal Clamping Pressure
- Item # 43Y360
- Mfr. Model # UR4003P16
- UNSPSC # 27112103
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 5.2 lbs.
- Item L-Clamp
- Type Sealed Thread
- Opening (In.) 16
- Throat Depth (In.) 4-1/4
- Load Capacity (Lb.) 2600
- Nominal Rail Size (In.) 22
- Nominal Clamping Pressure 2600
- Spindle Dia. (In.) 3/4
- Pad Type Swivel Smooth
- Swivel Type Trapezoidal Steel Sealed Thread w/Ball Bearings
- Screw Size (In.) 4-3/4
- Max. Jaw Opening (In.) 16
- Bar Thickness (In.) 1/4
- Bar Width (In.) 1-1/2
- Bar Material Cold Steel
- Handle Length (In.) 4-1/2
- Handle Material Steel
- Clamping Surface D (In.) 1-3/4
- Clamping Surface W (In.) 1-1/4
- Application Metalworking, Woodworking, and Welding
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