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3/4" Van Beest Screw Pin Shackle 62,000 lbs

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4.00 LBS
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Weight 2.20 lbs (1.0 kg)
Breaking Strength 62,000 lbs (28,120 kg)
Bow Diameter 3/4" (19 mm)
Pin Diameter 7/8" (22 mm)


  • Shackle type: green screw pin anchor bow shackle
  • Material: high tensile steel, Grade 6, quenched & tempered
  • Safety Factor: MBS equals 6 x WLL
  • Working load limit (WLL) permanently marked on every shackle
  • Meets performance requirements US Fed. Spec. RR-C-271 Type IVA Class 2, Gr. A
  • Finish: hot dipped galvanized
  • Temperature range: -20°C up to +200°C
  • Original Green Pin© by Van Beest - Netherlands

Van Beest manufactures high quality, high tensile shackles in its production facility in Sliedrecht, the Netherlands. It is a genuine, made in Holland product. They brand these products as Green Pin®. Van Beest Green Pin® shackles can be identified by the green colored pin and the marking on the shackle body and pin. Green Pin® and the color green applied to the pin are both registered trade marks of Van Beest.

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Product Reviews

  1. High quality, robust, but threads aren't smooth

    Posted by Bryan Kopp on 21st Sep 2020

    Super high-strength construction, I have full faith in their ability to hold to their rated weight. However, out of the box, I had to use a screw driver to leverage the pins out (get them unstuck) on three of the four shackles I purchased. After cycling the pins in/out several times, the action did get somewhat smoother, but all the more reason to avoid twisting the pin into place fully, instead backing the pin out a full turn when winching or under load.

  2. Critical usage demands top quality gear

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Apr 2020

    My usage is personnel rescue and vehicle recovery in the interior of Alaska in civilian, fire/rescue and professional medical roles. Frequently extreme environments and challenging conditions. I do not accept equipment failure due to poor design or lack of manufacturing quality control. I have owned and used Van Beasties for 20+ years without failure. There are 99 more important things to think about when it’s blowing and thirty five below in the dark. Therefore I don’t carry anything but the best I can find and practice a lot when it’s warm and dry.

  3. Outstanding Quality!

    Posted by Unknown on 25th May 2016

    Other shackles are hard to unscrew or have sharp burrs on them. These unscrew smoothly, have a nice finish, and no sharp edges. Very nice.

  4. Maybe call these Van "Best"?

    Posted by Paul on 17th Dec 2015

    Them Hollanders make great hardware! I bought some of these 3/4 shackles earlier this year from Master Pull to add to my shackle collection something north of a dozen and I must say I really like these. You can never have too many shackles right?
    I just bought two 5/8 and a 7/8 for an entirely different application and they are all of the same consistent quality throughout.
    Sure, I have super quality USA made shackles too that I like.

    One thing I will point out: I'm not a hook guy, so I run a unnamed enclosed thimble type lightly snugged to my fairlead on my WARN winch 9.5cti so as to protect my expensive rope when not in use and have found these Van Beest shackles to fit perfectly on all thimble types currently out there these days that I have encountered. Some thimble users will notice closer tolerances compared to the average other type shackles......not to worry, you won't deform these shackles and I've done some hard pulls just to see what this thing can do. Remember, there's only them 4 little bolts mounting the winch eh?

    And for the price? Great stuff!

    As the previous reviewer mentioned, there are no burrs left in the manufacturing process. If you must have to touch up the green pins, a can of John Deere spray paint works good for that. Well, that's what I had on hand at the time anyway!

    Other than my off road ventures I use my stuff often in the shop and what I find using Van Beest shackles is I'm seeing less wear - fraying on my slings contact with the shackle. That's because there is no "raised" lettering identification matter on the Van Beest because all this info is stamped in and the loop is entirely smooth.

    No I am not an off road shop, I'm a retired motorcycle mechanic.

    Late model Jeep owner in San Diego,

  5. VanBeest shakles

    Posted by Doug RN on 20th Mar 2014

    The shackles appear to be constructed very well there are no burrs or grime in the threads and the pins screw in very nicely. The shackles arrived wrapped in bubble wrap but a few of them still had chips on the green paint, but I am not too concerned with it since it is a tool which is ment for abuse. Overall it appears to be a very fine product which I would buy again