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What is a shackles?

 Shackles are steel connectors made from a body and a pin.      A shackle, also known as a gyve, is a U-shaped piece of metal  secured with a clevis pin or bolt ac (MORE)

How many meters in 1 shackle?

There are 27. 43 meters in 1 shackle. There are also 15 fathoms in  1 shackle and 30 yards in 1 shackle. A shackle is a nautical unit  of measurement.
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How many shackle in 1 feet?

  1 shackle = 15 fathoms = 90 feet   A unit of length used for anchor chain on ships. Anchor chains for ships are made up of 15-fathom lengths of chain joined by detach (MORE)

What is the difference between bow shackle and anchor shackle?

In most cases, people recognize bow shackles and anchor shackles as  same, their names are used interchangeably.   However, although the shape of bow shackle and anchor s (MORE)

What is the difference between a shackle and a clevis?

  A "clevis and pin" are a type of shackle, the clevis is the U shaped part, when you have both the clevis and pin together it would form a shackle. There are many types o (MORE)

What is shackle?

Shackles are steel connectors made from a body and  a pin.    A shackle, also known as a gyve, is a U-shaped piece of metal  secured with a clevis pin or bolt across (MORE)

Why does the Statue of Liberty have broken shackles?

Because she is showing her freedom from the chains of tyranny America had broken free from the Totalitarian rule of England and all who came to her shores were more than likel (MORE)

What does Shackles mean?

A shackle or gyve is a U-shaped piece of metal with a bolt across the top. it is used to connect things together, as with boats, ships and cranes. Shackles are also used to (MORE)

How does a survival bracelet shackle work?

Well the purpose of the survival bracelet is to hold a safety rope with you in case you ever are in the need of it in a emergency situation. Its a compact and fashionable way (MORE)