Marine rigging turnbuckles are like cable railing turnbuckles: integrated design, machine swaged directly onto the cable. They differ from a cable railing turnbuckle because they’re heavy duty-designed for higher strength loads. Manufactured from SS Type 316, they are well suited for architectural as well as marine applications.
Available in both open body and tubular body types, they typically start at a 10-32 thread and go to 5/8-18 thread.
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Lexco Cable wire rope provides high-quality customized solutions for any assembly needed for your next project. We offer premium quality aircraft cable, coated aircraft cable, general purpose wire rope, strand, rotation resistant wire rope, compacted/swaged wire rope, and cable laid wire rope.
WIRE ROPE FITTINGS
Lexco Cable wire rope fittings offer an ideal fit for your assembly needs. We offer a full line of wire rope and aircraft cable end fittings designed for installation by crimping, clamping, speltering, swageless connectors, or our specialty —
HARDWARE & TOOLS
Lexco Cable hardware and tools are designed to make working with and attaching aircraft cable, wire rope, and hardware faster, easier, and safer. We offer a wide selection of wire rope and aircraft cable hardware and tools to suit your needs.
ARCHITECTURAL CABLE RAILINGS
Lexco cable railings offer exceptional aesthetics, high-quality components, and flexibility in any environment – indoors or out - whether running horizontally or vertically, on outdoor balconies and raised walkways for resorts, high-rises, and
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Lexco Cable supplies a full line of top-quality bungee cords, components, and assemblies ideal for tethering, tie-down, fitness, sign hanging, and dozens of other applications. Our bungee cord products might be known by several different industry names, including shock cord and fibertex cord.