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Follow-up question: Binder, Ratchet --No grade stamp?

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Ralph Bauer

02-28-2012 14:51:19

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Thanks for all the replies to my post comparing both. Been looking around and wondering if the binder and ratchet do not have Grade (43/70) somewhere stamped on them. So far, I only found some without any reference on the metal and only on the box they are packaged in or with a tag attached ("do not remove").... I remember that in earlier discussion about chains, it needed to say on the chain and the hook to satisfy the bears and DOT and to garantee certain standards.
Thanks, Ralph.

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John in La

02-28-2012 20:02:01

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 Re: Follow-up question: Binder, Ratchet --No grade stamp? in reply to Ralph Bauer, 02-28-2012 14:51:19  
Binders do not usually have a grade on them. It is listed in a Working Load Limit.
For them to be legal they must have this listed.
On good binders it is listed "WLL 0000 LBS" in raised letters. A tag attached to the binder is just as good as long as it looks like a factory installed tag. If the tag ever breaks off and you tie it on with a bread tie it is scrap iron. This is why most have it cast into the handle of the binder.

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Ralph Bauer

02-29-2012 17:59:51

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 Re: Follow-up question: Binder, Ratchet --No grade stamp? in reply to John in La, 02-28-2012 20:02:01  
Thanks, John, bought some that do have itin the cast as raised letters. BTW, did you ever find the Fella parts you were looking for?
Just curious. Ralph in OK.

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730d se

02-28-2012 15:46:37

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 Re: Follow-up question: Binder, Ratchet --No grade stamp? in reply to Ralph Bauer, 02-28-2012 14:51:19  
Many of them today are grade stamped "C H I N A".
The scrap metal you sell today is the metal goods you buy tomorrow.

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