Carbon Steel, Double Strand Offset Link, For Industry Chain Size: 35-2, PK 5
- Item # 2YEF5
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 2YEF5
- Catalog Page # 113
- UNSPSC # 31151609
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- Item Offset Link
- Roller Chain Link Item Offset Link
- Roller Chain Link Type Standard Riveted
- Industry Chain Size 35-2
- Chain Link Material Carbon Steel
- Number of Strands Double
- Industry Chain Pitch 3/8"
- Chain Link Overall Width 0.898"
- Chain Roller Dia. 0.200"
- Bushing Dia. 0.200"
- Width Between Roller Link Plates 0.188"
- Roller Link Plate Height 0.340"
- Connecting End to Center Line 0.469"
- Hole Dia. 0.140"
- Rivet End to Center Line 0.429"
- Pin Length 0.898"
- Inside Pin Dia. 0.141"
- Outside Pin Dia. 0.141"
- Pin Link Plate Thickness 0.050"
- Max. Allowable Load 805 lb.
- Breaking Strength 4850 lb.
- Tensile Strength 4850 lb.
- Temp. Range 10 to 150F
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