by Lincoln Hoists
The LH-4000 with blue hooks, uses ¼” cable & can lift 1 ton 20’ in a single line hitch and 2 ton 10’ in a double line hitch. For 50 years Lincoln made LUG-ALL hoists here in the USA and now you can buy them direct. Parts are interchangeable between the two brands. Lincoln hoist… [read more]
by Lincoln Hoists
The LH-6000 with orange hooks, uses 5/16” cable & can lift 1.5 ton 15’ in a single line hitch and 3 ton 7.5’ in a double line hitch. For 50 years Lincoln made LUG-ALL hoists here in the USA and now you can buy them direct. Parts are interchangeable between the two brands. Lincoln hoist… [read more]
by Budget Hoist
These are new unused military surplus 30 ton manual 10 part chain hoists made by Budgit Hoist in the USA. The Bugit line is now part of the C-M Hoist Family [read more]
by Thern Winches & Cranes
Arctic Wire Rope carries Magna and Coffing lever hoists and chain falls. Magna are made in Korea and are much higher quality than Chinese hoists that have flooded the market lately and yet less expensive than Harrington, which are made in Japan as are most of Coffings. Magna stocks lever hoists 1/4 ton to 9 ton and chain falls from 1/2 ton to 20 ton. Special lengths can be built within 24 hrs. and shipped direct to you from Washington State. Just let us know if you need low temperature grease, Magna offers a special -40F grease that are well liked by Alaska North Slope oil field contractors.
Lincoln made Lug-All cable and web come-alongs for 40 years and has recently branched out so now you can buy them direct. Besides cable models they have a full line of hot hoists w/ web straps for electrical contractors. There Winch offers many custom winches for various applications for marine, oil & gas and general construction.
Arctic Wire Rope and Supply is Alaska's longest established and largest manufacturer of slings, chokers and bridles made of wire rope, cable, nylon web, polyester round and grade 10 chain. We do it all right here in Anchorage and were awarded the Alaskan Manufacturer of the Year in 2006.