2-Channel Drop-Over FastLane Cable Protector for 1" diameter cables

Drop these two channel covers over 1" diameter cables and cords for protection from pedestrians and light vehicle traffic up to 21,000 lbs. Each end has a male and female connector so multiple cable protectors can be connected to create a custom length. Available in black, orange and yellow colors.

  • Protects 1" diameter cables
  • 2,100 lb capacity per axle
  • Two channels
  • Lightweight 9-lb weather resistant polyurethane
  • Male/female connectors
$69.99
FL2X175
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Protect cables and cords from pedestrian and light vehicle traffic with these 2 channel FastLane cable protectors. Weather resistant, these drop-over cable covers are great for indoor or outdoor use. (2) large, 1.75" x 1" cable channels protect cords and hoses from up to 2,100lb per vehicle axle. With the FastLane cable protector's patented "L" connector attachment system, an unlimited amount of cable covers can be linked together to protect any length of cord. Available in high visibility yellow or orange (black is also available), the cord protectors feature electrical and trip hazard warning labels molded into the ramp's raised high traction 5-bar tread surface. Also available as a single channel cable ramp with (1) 1.5" x .5" channel or (1) 4" x 1" cable channel

1"
21,000 lbs
2
36"
10.75"
1.5"
9 lbs
Polyurethane
L
.75"
2.25"

Product Features

  • Weather resistant for indoor or outdoor use
  • Protects 2 wires, cables, or hoses from light vehicle and pedestrian traffic
  • (2) Large 1-3/4" x 1" cable channels
  • Patented high traction 5-bar tread surface
  • Available in high visibility yellow, orange, or black
  • 2,100 lb capacity per axle
  • Patented "L" connector design allows multiple Fastlane Cable floor protectors to be connected together
  • Heavy duty polyurethane construction
  • Also available with (1) 1.5" x .5" channel or (1) 4" x 1" cable channel
  • 1 year warranty
  • Proudly Made in the USA

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