Crosby McKissick® QUIC-KIT®

Featuring the McKissick® 750 Bridge Crane Block

The patented McKissick® QUIC-KIT® system is a revolutionary concept that provides you the ability to build a factory quality replacement bridge crane block where you need it, when you need it.

The QUIC-KIT® system provides the components needed to build up to 32 possible combinations of a 750 bridge crane block; all in one kit that can be easily assembled on site.

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Features of the McKissick® QUIC-KIT® include:
  • Reduced downtime — A replacement block can be assembled in minutes from kit components utilizing tools and assembly instructions provided in each kit.
  • Multiple versions of two sheave blocks—Up to 32 possible block combinations are included in the 752 series block kit. Each kit contains three wire line sizes and two center pins with multiple sheave spacers.
  • Adjustable sheave spacing in 1/2″ increments—Center pin design gives you the ability to assemble the replacement block to meet your spacing requirement.
  • The McKissick® QUIC-KIT®— Comes complete in a durable carrying case for easy transport and for storing components on the work site or warehouse.

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Crosby is the world leader in rigging, lifting, and material handling hardware. We set the standard for quality, training, and technical expertise in the field.

The Crosby Group was the first to:

  • Produce the forged wire rope clip (1880s)
  • Produce wire rope guards on sheaves that can be opened for easy reeving (1925)
  • Forge load rating (working load limit) directly onto product (1958)
  • Quench and temper fittings for more reliable performance (1973)
  • Forge Product Identification Code (PIC) into each product that allows traceability to its respective date of production and material certification (1977)
  • Rate products as Fatigue Rated (1991)
  • Forge patented QUIC-CHECK™ markings into hooks, shackles, and various other rigging products to assist users in determining proper use (1992)
  • Produce a crane block that can be reeved without removing the wedge socket from wire rope in the United States (1996)
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