|Non-Shouldered Eyebolt: Applications include inline loading only, for pulling and lifting. Used in drilled and tapped blind holes or with two nuts in drilled through holes.||Shouldered Eyebolt: Applications include inline loading, limited side loading for pulling and lifting. May be used in through holes or drilled and tapped blind holes.||Machinery Eyebolt: Applications include inline loading, limited side loading for lifting points on equipment. Used only in drilled and tapped blind holes.|
|Crosby Shouldered G-277 and S-279 Eye Bolts|
|Shank Dia. (In.)||Working Load Limit In-Line Pull (lbs.)||Working Load Limit 60˚ Sling Angle (lbs.)||Working Load Limit 45˚ Sling Angle (lbs.)||Working Load Limit / Angle less than 45˚ (lbs.)|
|Horiz. Sling Angle||Load in Each Leg||Size Eyebolt Required|
|45||7,000 lbs.||1 1/2"|
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