G6 Turbo™ Puller

Greenlee Textron
G6 Turbo™ Puller

Safely and efficiently pull heavy loads up to 6,000 pounds at faster speeds, reducing downtime. Whether pulling rope or cable, the G6 Turbo™ achieves the fastest pull time. No loose pieces, allows quick changeover for easy transport. Patent-pending adjustable clamp secures conduit in seconds without any adapters. Setup in less than 60 seconds. Hands down faster. Period.

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