Manufacturer for Packaged Straps PK50300A-1 to Manchester Factories
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Item NO.: PK50300A – 1
Packaged Ratchet Strap With Plastic Handle
Size: 2’’ X 10’
Breaking Strength: 3,000 KGS / 6,600Lbs
Webbing Material: PE
Webbing Length: Customization
HOOK: Double J hook / Customization
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