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Factor 55 ProLink Bridle - Gray

AmericanTrucks no longer carries the Factor 55 ProLink Bridle - Gray. Please check out 2007-2013 Sierra 1500 Roll Bars & Chase Racks for an updated selection.

Features & Details

  • 6000 Series Billet Machined Aluminum Construction
  • 6AI-4V Titanium Double Shear Pin
  • Military Grade Anodizing Finish
  • 5/8” Diameter Titanium Double Shear Pin
  • EPDM Rubber Guard Shields Fairleads and Cushions Line Stowage
  • Basic Snap Ring Shear Pin Retainment
  • Available for all Synthetic Ropes and Steel Cables (3/8” Diameter)
  • Working Load Limit: 16,000 lbs.
  • Definitive Failure of Greater than 42,000 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 3.5” x 5.25” x 4.5”
  • Made in USA
  • Fits all 2007-2019 GMC Sierra Models
Effective Replacement. You can use the Factor 55 ProLink Bridle as an effective replacement to the conventional winch hook that you've been using with your 2007 to 2019 GMC Sierra. The screw pin shackle/D-ring is safer and more secure. The EPDM rubber guard shields fairleads and also cushions line stowage.

Quality Construction. This winch hook is made from 6000 series billet-machined aluminum. The double shear pin is made from 6AI-4V titanium. Military-grade anodizing is used to put a durable gray finish on the winch hook. This product is available for all synthetic ropes and steel cables of a 3/8" diameter.

Specifications. The dimensions of the winch hook are 3.5" x 5.25" x 4.5". It has a working load limit of 16,000 lbs. and a definitive failure of greater than 42,000 lbs.

Application. The Factor 55 ProLink Bridle in Gray fits all 2007-2019 GMC Sierra models.

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MPN# 00220-06

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