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Detachable Hook for Winchlines 3/8”-7/16” (10mm) by Gunnebo

$59.74
SKU:
100504
Weight:
3.00 LBS
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
SKU:
100504
Weight:
3.00 LBS
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
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  • The Gunnebo Hook is the ultimate winchline hook available today.  They are similar to the Excel Hooks but they are detachable. The half link pin can be knocked out with another pin and several hammer blows.  These hooks may be added to any winchline that does not have a hook including steel cables.
     
    • For use with 3/8" or 7/16" winchlines.
    • Alloy Steel Grade 8, Quenched and Tempered
    • Heavy Duty Latch with Stainless Steel Spring
    • MBS: 28,400 lbs. (12.9t)
    • Color: Safety Yellow
    • Made in Sweden
     
    NOTE:
    • It is not practical to install and remove these on the trail due to the locking mechanism that keeps everything firmly locked.
    • Locking pin is not coated and will develop rust over time.
    • The factory offers us no specific guidelines on how to remove the pin. What follows is our supplier's method for removing it. Whether you opt to attempt to replicate their method or another, please know:
      1. It is important that you consider your own safety first and foremost. Do not attempt to remove this pin without protecting yourself extensively against the risk of accidents and injury.
      2. What results is ultimately your responsibility. Please thoughtfully exercise caution.

     

    ONE METHOD TO REMOVE THE PIN

    "Firmly supporting the hook/half-link in a vise, we use a punch slightly smaller than the inner dimensions/diameter of the pin hole. Yes, the hook is
    on the end of a synthetic winch line which can get tangled up and snagged in this process, but we find it necessary in order to firmly grip the hook. Accordingly, we extend the winch line as necessary in order to carefully accomplish this.
     
    Next, we apply the punch, holding it with pliers and with a 2 lb. sledge or large ball-peen hammer, wearing a safety shield or glasses and heavy gloves (we use welders gloves). We also use a long sleeve shirt. We then hammer the pin out thru the center lock washer. Any folks that try this method of pin removal can opt to apply a penetrant if they consider it helpful (we do), but all we can say is that if they choose that option, they need to be EXTREMELY careful of slips."
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The Gunnebo Hook is the ultimate winchline hook available today.  They are similar to the Excel Hooks but they are detachable. The half link pin can be knocked out with another pin and several hammer blows.  These hooks may be added to any winchline that does not have a hook including steel cables.
 
  • For use with 3/8" or 7/16" winchlines.
  • Alloy Steel Grade 8, Quenched and Tempered
  • Heavy Duty Latch with Stainless Steel Spring
  • MBS: 28,400 lbs. (12.9t)
  • Color: Safety Yellow
  • Made in Sweden
 
NOTE:
  • It is not practical to install and remove these on the trail due to the locking mechanism that keeps everything firmly locked.
  • Locking pin is not coated and will develop rust over time.
  • The factory offers us no specific guidelines on how to remove the pin. What follows is our supplier's method for removing it. Whether you opt to attempt to replicate their method or another, please know:
    1. It is important that you consider your own safety first and foremost. Do not attempt to remove this pin without protecting yourself extensively against the risk of accidents and injury.
    2. What results is ultimately your responsibility. Please thoughtfully exercise caution.

 

ONE METHOD TO REMOVE THE PIN

"Firmly supporting the hook/half-link in a vise, we use a punch slightly smaller than the inner dimensions/diameter of the pin hole. Yes, the hook is
on the end of a synthetic winch line which can get tangled up and snagged in this process, but we find it necessary in order to firmly grip the hook. Accordingly, we extend the winch line as necessary in order to carefully accomplish this.
 
Next, we apply the punch, holding it with pliers and with a 2 lb. sledge or large ball-peen hammer, wearing a safety shield or glasses and heavy gloves (we use welders gloves). We also use a long sleeve shirt. We then hammer the pin out thru the center lock washer. Any folks that try this method of pin removal can opt to apply a penetrant if they consider it helpful (we do), but all we can say is that if they choose that option, they need to be EXTREMELY careful of slips."
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