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Dooke Sling ๐ŸŽ’ Straps: Enhanced Construction Capacity Review




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Description of Dooke Sling ๐ŸŽ’ Straps: Enhanced Construction Capacity

Our lifting straps are made of polyester webbing with 10% stretch to avoid shock loading, which is more durable than either nylon or other material. SAFE AND STRONG: Double-deck webbing + Sturdy stitches + Heavy duty flat eyes, used in utility situation like civil engineering, household lifting equipment and more. WLL MODE FACTOR: 3,333 lbs Vertical Rated Capacity, 2,480 lbs Choker Rated Capacity, 9,400 lbs Basket Rated Capacity. Hoist straps with loops end have excellent wear property to provide more durability when attaching to shackles or over hooks. EASE OF USE: More flexible and lighter to be used than chains and wire ropes, never rust and last longer.


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

"Strong and Versatile

Using this sling strap, our team found that it is incredibly durable, strong, and suitable for a wide variety of applications. It is easy to use and can withstand a lot of weight without getting damaged. However, we found that it can be a bit bulky and heavy to handle, especially when carrying it around for prolonged periods.

  • Strong and versatile.
  • A bit bulky and heavy to handle.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Heavy Duty Material Handling Products

These straps are a full 2" wide and will not fit a chain hoist hook. I had to make an intermediate jack. They make a robust and well-constructed impression.

  • Material Handling Products
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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Sturdy and controllable

Used to build a 33ft disc harrow. When using a forklift these straps were ideal for the job. The reinforced strap loops did not slip over the forks under the attached load and I was able to free myself from the loops immediately after removing the load. Saved me a lot of time.

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