Quick Reeve Crane Block

19 March 2008

The Johnson Quick Reeve Crane Block was designed to save time and money. The combination of the Johnson Quick Reeve Crane Block and a crane's quick reeve boom tip combine for a reeving system that increases productivity, safety and speed, the company claims.

To operate, stand the block up and tilt it over on its positive support hook base, pull the quick release retaining pins, and run the rope (with wedge socket connected) through the block. There are no drop away trap doors to get in one's way or become bent and damaged, and the quick release retaining pins stay with the block at all times. For more information, visit www.gunnebojohnson.com.

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