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Titan Chain Lever Type Load Binder for 3/8" - 1/2" Thick Chain - 9,200 lbs

Titan Chain Lever Type Load Binder for 3/8" - 1/2" Thick Chain - 9,200 lbs

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Quickly and easily tighten down chains to secure heavy loads with this durable steel load binder. Powder coat finish resists corrosion. Designed for use with 3/8" to 1/2" chain. 1-636-306-4830 to order Titan Chain chain binders part number TCLB10 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Titan Chain products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Titan Chain Lever Type Load Binder for 3/8" - 1/2" Thick Chain - 9,200 lbs. Chain Binders reviews from real customers.
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Titan Chain Chain Binders - TCLB10

  • Lever Chain Binder
  • 3/8 - 1/2 Inch Chain Links
  • 9200 lbs
  • Grab Hooks
  • Titan Chain
  • Red
  • Steel
  • 14 Inch Handle

Quickly and easily tighten down chains to secure heavy loads with this durable steel load binder. Powder coat finish resists corrosion. Designed for use with 3/8" to 1/2" chain.


Features:

  • Load binder lets you secure loads and tighten chains (sold separately) quickly and easily
    • Perfect for agricultural and industrial tie-down applications
  • Lever mechanism has fewer moving parts than a ratchet binder and requires less maintenance
  • Forged steel construction is strong and durable
  • Powder coat finish provides excellent resistance to corrosion
  • Equipment meets Department of Transportation regulations


Specs:

  • Application: chains with 3/8" to 1/2" thick links
  • Safe working load limit (WLL): 9,200 lbs
  • Handle length: 14"
  • Minimum reach: 21"
  • 30-Day limited warranty


Note: Do not use for overhead lifting. This load binder is designed to work as part of a complete tie-down system. The overall capacity depends on the safe working load limit (WLL) of the chain(s) that you choose, as well as the capacity of the load binder itself. The item being tied down must not exceed the combined WLL of the lowest-rated components in the system.



LB10 Titan Chain Lever Type Load Binder for 3/8" - 1/2" Thick Chain - 9,200 lbs





Video of Titan Chain Lever Type Load Binder for 3/8" - 1/2" Thick Chain - 9,200 lbs

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Titan Chain Lever Type Load Binder Review

Hey guys, Zach here at etrailer.com. Today we're taking a look at a chain binder from Titan Chain. This is going to be a lever style. This is going to work with three eights of the half inch chains. So I have a half inch chain here today. So let's get this put in place.

I've been testing out a lot of different chains and binders with this mini excavator here today.When it comes to the binders, there's a few different styles. Like the ratcheting binders, there's one that almost acts like a ratchet strap style from Convert-A-Ball called the Tugger. Those are all really nice, ways to go. And then there's this style, and this is where I don't really like this style. I can't get it tightened down right here.

So what I need to do is come down another link, and then get that tightened down. I can see, I just went one link and how loose it was. I couldn't get it to that other style. I'll Show that again.I am putting everything I have into this. Now I'm not the biggest guy, but I feel pretty confident that I could get stuff tightened down properly, and I can not get this one in place.

So this was just not ideal for me. Obviously, you could see right in between those two spots. I couldn't get it. So that's when, grabbing a pipe. Now, this is the only thing we have.

You might be able to get away with something shorter, but what I'm going to do is, this was that link where I can't can't quite get it there.So what I'm going to do is put that pipe on there to give us a little bit more leverage. And this is just one more thing you have to keep with you. And that's why I'm not a big fan of this style. Some people prefer them, but you can see a little bit easier to get in place there. And we have really tight chain now. Now, when it comes time to taking that off, it's probably still a good idea to use this pipe to help out. There's a decent amount of tension there. You can see how it wanted to jerk away from it there or towards me. I just don't think that this is the safest way of going about it, but if you're comfortable with it, by all means, it's still going to do an effective job of keeping your chains in place.So taking a closer look at it, you can see that it is really high forge steel. This has a working load limit of 9,200 pounds. That is below my chains capacity, which is 11,300 pounds. So we need to go up that 9,200 pounds. Now, pairing this up with more chains on this mini excavator and we're going to be just fine, but that is something to keep in mind. Go with whichever is the lowest between your binder and your chain. Now, when it comes to choosing the right size chain, it all depends on your load and what you haul most often. So, here's three common ones that we see a lot. I have a 5/16ths, a 3/8th and a half inch. And they come in all varieties of lengths. Usually the half inch, those are going to be in the more the 20 foot up. Where the 3/8th and 5/16ths can be down to like 10 and 16 foot.I think that this style, probably about a 4,700 pound working load limit with this one from Titan chain. This one's 6,600 pounds and this one is 11,300 pounds. So, if you're using your chains in the right configuration. One in all corners, if you have a boom button it in place there. You can get away with using a chain that doesn't by itself, hold your load in place. But, working those together is when we get that working load limit up there. So, I find that it's easier to use these smaller chains to maneuver them around store them. I kind of prefer this style, something right in the middle of this 3/8th is really nice because it can fit down in my steak pocket just fine.You can see there. I think this is a really good setup. But this one's not as difficult to maneuver around as this heavier one. But if you have the need to get up there with those heavier loads, this is a really good way to go. Now, this many came in today with quarter-inch chains. Now, if they use the proper amount of these to hold it in place to those working load limits, then you're definitely going to be okay. But something you want to start checking out before you head out on your load is making sure you don't have any damaged links. So the chains that came in today didn't have any issues, but that is definitely something we've seen before where these links start bending and stuff just starts wearing out. After a while with these are holding those loads down and they're rubbing up against one another, you can start seeing some signs of wear, and it's just not a safe way to go.The minimum reach on the hooks is 21 inches. So we've got to keep that in mind, whenever it comes to when we're hauling our loads, you can see here with plenty of space here to make this work. And the handle is 14 inches long. So that's gives us a good amount of leverage, but as you can see, I needed a little bit more. I needed to grab that pipe. You could get away with a shorter one, but you're probably going to need a little assistance to get this on and off. And I think that's where this one for me, it's just not worth it. I liked the ratcheting style better. It takes a little bit more time to put those in place, but they're safer, easier to get them in place. This just takes a lot of effort. Now I got to carry an extra pipe around with me to get these on and off. And it's just not ideal. But overall, it still does a good job. It's just not as easy to use in my opinion. But that's going to do it for our look at the Titan chain lever style chain binder.


Customer Reviews

Titan Chain Lever Type Load Binder for 3/8" - 1/2" Thick Chain - 9,200 lbs - TCLB10

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (3 Customer Reviews)

Quickly and easily tighten down chains to secure heavy loads with this durable steel load binder. Powder coat finish resists corrosion. Designed for use with 3/8" to 1/2" chain.

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With the DOT ratings on towing heavy equipment, you have GOT to have a quality chain. These arrived and the UPS guy was begging for help. These are no joke, they are heavy, strong, and worth every penny. You won't find these at your local box store or hardware store.




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Great quality. Nice price. Would buy ag ain.




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  • Which Pewag or Glacier Ratcheting Load Binder has the Shortest Minimum Reach
    I was able to speak with my contact at Pewag and get some measurements for the load binders we carry. We have several different options available. First, on the Titan Chain load binder # TCLB10, the minimum reach is 21 inches from one hook to the other measuring from the inside of the hooks so this will be the shortest. For Pewag Ratcheting Load Binder, # PRLB108, the minimum reach is 24.3 inches.
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