4" Dual Wheel Caster, 4850 lb. Load Rating
- Item# 22N101
- Mfr. Model# LSD-GSPO 100K
- Catalog Page# 1501
- UNSPSC# 31162701
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- Item Dual Wheel Caster
- Caster Load Rating Range 3000 to 5999 lb.
- Wheel Dia. 4"
- Load Rating 4850 lb.
- Wheel Width 3-1/8"
- Overall Height 6-9/32"
- Caster Brake Included No
- Caster Lock Type No Lock Included
- Caster Product Group Swivel Caster
- Plate Caster Type Swivel
- Caster Wheel/Tread Material Nylon
- Inside Bolt Hole Spacing 4-3/16" x 5-1/2"
- Outside Bolt Hole Spacing 4-3/16" x 5-1/2"
- Caster Wheel Bearings Ball
- Wheel Color White
- Caster Core Material Nylon
- Caster Plate Hole Pattern D
- Plate Size 5-1/2" x 6-57/64"
- Caster Raceway Double/Single Ball
- Durometer 80 Shore D
- Core Color Tan
- Mounting Bolt Dia. 1/2"
- Frame Material Steel
- Plate Thickness 3/8''
- Frame Finish Zinc Chromate
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