Steel cast turnbuckles come in two types: Eye-eye turnbuckles (left in top image) and hook-eye turnbuckles (right in top image).
|Code||Thread Size||Min-Max Length||Internal Ø||Type||Units Per Box||RRP Per UnitInc. GST|
|TB08HEG||8mm||160 - 250mm||11mm||Hook + Eye||20||$5.83*|
|TB10HEG||10mm||220 - 330mm||14mm||Hook + Eye||20||$6.66*|
|TB12HEG||12mm||265 - 415mm||16mm||Hook + Eye||20||$9.52*|
|TB16HEG||16mm||335 - 520mm||24mm||Hook + Eye||20||$15.62*|
|TB08EEG||8mm||165 - 250mm||11mm||Eye + Eye||20||$5.94*|
|TB10EEG||10mm||190 - 295mm||12mm||Eye + Eye||20||$6.82*|
|TB12EEG||12mm||255 - 420mm||17mm||Eye + Eye||20||$9.52*|
|TB16EEG||16mm||340 - 525mm||24mm||Eye + Eye||20||$17.00*|
The hook opening is the same distance as the Internal Ø shown in the above table.
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Attaching your turnbuckle to chain or wire rope is relatively simple.
With an Eye-Eye turnbuckle you will need a D-shackle to connect it to your chain. If you are using a galvanised wire rope, run the rope through the Eye and loop it over itself, locking it together using wire rope grips.
If you are using a Hook-Eye turnbuckle, the hook is designed to hook into on link of a chain.
Tip: When you are attached your turnbuckle to a chain or rope, make sure that each end is screwed halfway to give you plenty of room for adjustments.
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