The FlatLink E (Pro) is a variant of our popular foldable basic FlatLink vise shackle install. The FlatLink E offers a method to do away with the standard vise hook and substitute it with a much safer and even more safe screw pin shackle causing a CLOSED SYSTEM WINCHING operation. The large pear shaped shackle positioning opening enables accessory to either the pin or head end of common screw pin irons, and also common OEM healing points. This makes the brand new FlatLink E even more flexible than the existing FlatLink style, however it additionally adds the opportunity of a dangerous shackle side packing disorder (Find Picture), specifically throughout brief slack conditions. A shackle side packing disorder is certainly not achievable with our basic FlatLink shackle install because of the shackle pin positioning restraint. For the leisure off roader our team strongly suggest the more secure basic FlatLink product, certainly not the FlatLink E. By doing this the vise operator performs certainly not must check whether the shackle may have moved and revolved in the healing deal with. The FlatLink E is tough anodized OD environment-friendly finish. Regular vise hooks can reduce and battle royal healing bands and commonly permit strap ends to leave throughout brief slack patterns of a common winching healing. Tighten pin irons do certainly not permit strap loopholes to leave because of their safe screw pin accessory. The FlatLink E performs certainly not require splicing and is compatible with steel cables or artificial ropes around 3/8 inches in dimension. The cable eye is preserved in the FlatLink E through a 5/8 inch dimension 6Al4V Titanium double shear pin and internal breeze ring. Setup takes simply mins. The EPDM Rubber Guards protect blend fairleads and are actually firmly connected to the FlatLink E with 4 barbed tips each. The FlatLink E stows perfectly versus either roller or Hawse type fairleads and is developed to become made use of with common 3/4 inch irons.
Made from 5052 aluminum alloy
Made in America
Max load rating: 16,000 pounds
Ultimate failure: greater than 40,000 pounds