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Suction Cup 05in SS Double Red Complete

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  • Double release valve for quick & easy release of load.
  • Lightweight tool (2.6 lbs.) allows for repeated use while reducing fatigue.
  • Great for lifting nonporous material such as sheet metal, glass and plastic sheet.
  • Rated to lift 75 lbs. / Rated for temperatures up to 425° Fahrenheit (232º C).

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Item #: 98-4052  UPC : 00669893054929  MPN : A6541-RSC

$71.30

$82.55

 
 
 Available Late June
This is an obsolete Item

Suction Cup 05in SS Double Red Complete

5.0in diameter red silicone vacuum suction cups, 5.13? overall height, 10? (254mm) length.

Strong die cast aluminum textured handle.

Double release valve for quick & easy release of load.

Lightweight tool (2.6 lbs.) allows for repeated use while reducing fatigue.

Great for lifting nonporous material such as sheet metal, glass and plastic sheet.

Rated to lift 75 lbs. / Rated for temperatures up to 425° Fahrenheit (232º C).

Replacement 5.0? diameter red silicone vacuum cups available


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