Tie Down 65087 Hitch Clip, 3-pack

Tie Down 65087 Hitch Clip, 3-pack

  • Item #: 65087

Product Description

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  • [CHOICE OF COLORS] The Hitch Clip Roof Anchor is available in black or safety red, allowing users to select the color that best suits their preference or job site requirements. This choice of colors adds versatility and visibility to enhance safety on the roof.
  • [READY-TO-INSTALL] The Hitch Clip Roof Anchor comes ready to install out of the box, saving time and effort during setup. Its user-friendly design and simple installation process enable roofers to quickly and securely attach it to the roof structure.
  • [DURABLE CONSTRUCTION] Tie Down crafted the Hitch Clip Roof Anchor with a solid, durable powder-coated aluminum design. This ensures the anchor's longevity and resilience, even in demanding roofing environments, providing reliable fall protection for workers.
  • [POWDER-COATED ALUMINUM] The Hitch Clip Roof Anchor is constructed from powder-coated aluminum, which combines durability with a lightweight design. This material provides excellent corrosion resistance and longevity, ensuring the anchor's reliability over time.
  • [VERSATILE ROOF ANCHOR] Hitch Clips offer versatility for securing various roofing accessories. With its keyhole design, it provides anchorages for guardrail posts, bunk jacks, and other accessories. It can be used as a 5,000 lb. single anchor point or integrated with additional staging equipment.
  • [LIGHTWEIGHT AND PORTABLE] Weighing only 0.4 lbs. each, the Hitch Clip Roof Anchor is lightweight and easy to handle. Its compact size and portability make it convenient to transport between job sites, ensuring that workers can have a reliable roof anchor wherever they go.

Product Specs

  • ColorBlack
  • Country of OriginUSA
  • DivisionRoofing
  • Height (EA)2.00
  • Length (EA)10.25
  • Warranty1-Year Limited
  • Weight (EA)2.00
  • Width (EA)4.50

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