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Hubbell BG-20-L Ratchet Locking Tool Balancer with 8' Cable - 23.0 Capacity
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Hubbell BG-20-L Ratchet Locking Tool Balancer with 8' Cable - 23.0 Capacity

Item #: WBB212255

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Price: $348.95
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Gleason Reel® Tool Balancer features a rugged steel housing with black polyester baked finish. Reinforced hanging bracket with forged clevis allows ceiling mounting and includes holes for safety chain suspension (chain not included). Spring is permanently lubricated and provides constant tension. Spring is adjustable for balancing tool in normal working zone. Cable is tested to 920 lbs. and measures 0.09" diameter and uses 7 x 7 strand galvanized steel aircraft cable that is nylon covered to 0.12" for safety. Includes safety tool clip and adjustable cable stop. Ratchet lock mechanism allows cable to be locked at a specific height. A slight pull of the cable releases the lock for retraction. 8' long. 23 lb capacity.

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    • LENGTH FEET8
    • WIDTH INCHES8-3/4
    • DEPTH INCHES3
    • HEIGHT INCHES13-7/8
    • CAPACITY LBS16-23
    • COLOR FINISHBlack
    • BRANDGleason Reel
    • DESCRIPTIONRatchet Locking Tool Balancer
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERBG-20-L
    • WEIGHT LBS8

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