Take the fear out of binding down your load with a traditional lever load binder by switching to a Peerless Prolok66 adjustable lever load binder.
Watch our video or Read More to find out about the Prolok66, its features, and how to safely operate it.


Unique Features
The Prolok66 offers two unique features that set it apart from traditional lever binders.

Built-in Knurled Adjustment Nut
It has a built in knurled adjustment nut feature that allows the user to adjust the binder a full 2 inches, allowing for the best possible fit, and perfect tension when connecting the binder to chain.
Knurled Adjustment Nut


Handle Safety Latch
The binder features a handle safety latch which is automatically engaged when the handle is closed, and then, easily disengaged when releasing the load.
Handle Safety Latch


General Features
Heavy Duty Construction
The Prolok66 has a yellow powder-coated finish with drop-forged hooks which have size and grade markings forged into the hook.
Prolok 66 Features

Working Load Limit
The working load limit of 6,600 lbs is marked on the handle.

Chain Sizes
The Prolok66 is available to fit chain sizes 5/16 and 3/8 in both Grade 43 and Grade 70 chain.

Operation
Before operating, be sure to check and follow your equipment manual and all transportation regulations for the jurisdictions for which you'll be traveling.
Regulations

Attaching
To begin operation, open the lever binder and fully extend the binder hook by unscrewing the adjustable nut.
Operation

With the binder chain attached to the load at a 45 degree angle, attach the binder hooks to the chain while taking up as much slack as possible.
Attach the Hooks

With your head and body clear of the handle, use two hands to grab the top of the binder handle and pull the handle towards you until it has been completely closed and locks into place.
Close the Handle

If the binder did not apply the desired tension, release the binder and retract the hook by turning the adjustable nut. Repeat this process until the desired tension is reached.

Lastly, ensure that the handle is in the closed and locked position before transporting your load.
Ready for Transport

Removing
Before removing the binder, be sure to stand clear of the handle as it can release violently.

Disengage the handle lock, slowly pull upwards on the handle, and guide the handle forwards until tension has been released.
Releasing the Handle



For a full video with more information on proper load binding techniques, please Click Here.

We'd like to give special thanks to Chauvin Brothers Tractor in Belle Chasse, Louisiana for allowing us to film at their facility.

We hope this information was helpful and has answered any questions or concerns you might have about the Prolok66 Adjustable Lever Binder. 

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