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Parallel Jaw Grip - Lock, HDPE Wire to 1.362-Inch

1716-71

  • Securely pulls HDPE-coated cable commonly known as ''tree wire''
  • Innovative high-traction surface grips the cable without damaging the outer jacket
  • Locking handle keeps jaw open while using hot stick to place grip on cable
  • Pulls cable diameters 0.625-Inch to 1.362-Inches (15.9 to 35.0 mm)
  • 4,000-Pound (1814 kg) maximum safe load
  • Tough carbide grit technology withstands even the harshest jobsite conditions
  • Spring-loaded for one-handed operation and easy placement on the conductor
  • Common tree wire cable types include general cable, Hendrix® aerial systems, rite lite BLL conductor and Southwire® S2 covered cable
  • Hendrix® is a registered trademark of Marmon Utility, LLC
  • Southwire® is a registered trademark of Southwire Company, LLC
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This parallel jaw grip was specifically designed to securely pull slippery HDPE-coated cable or tree wire. The innovative high-traction surface grips the cable without damaging the outer jacket. The tough carbide grit technology withstands even the harshest jobsite conditions. The grip is spring-loaded for one-handed operation and easy placement on the conductor.

Specifications
Type:
Parallel Jaw Grip
Application:
Wire Pulling
Special Features:
High Traction Grip Surface, Lock
Overall Length:
13.05'' (17.7 cm)
Overall Height:
8.5'' (21.6 cm)
Overall Width:
6.975'' (7 cm)
Material:
Forged Steel
Cable Type:
HDPE-Coated
Cable Diameter:
0.625'' to 1.362'' (15.9 to 34.6 mm)
Jaw Type:
Round
Jaw Length:
4.5'' (11.4 cm)
Maximum Safe Load:
4000 lb (1814 kg)
Standard:
OSHA
Weight:
5.10 lb (2.3 kg)
UPC:
092644470653
Additional Information
Warnings
  • Before each use, clean jaw area and inspect grip for proper operation to avoid slippage.
  • When used on/near energized lines, ground, insulate, or isolate grip before pulling.
  • Do not exceed rated capacity.
  • Always match proper size and type of grip to application.