Hello I have a Injection mold that is being lifted up by an eye bolt that is mounted on a bridge to locate the eye bolt around a hydraulic cylinder. There is concern that the 4 bolts in the bridge may shear due to the side load caused by the direction the mold is being lifted. The mold weighs 5,900lbs and the bridge bolts are 5/8 socket head cap screws with a total length of 10.5 inches with 1.5 inch of thread engagement. The mold is often rotated 90 degrees and also lifted straight up. Could someone help me calculate if the bridge bolts are strong enough for this type of load or if they will possibly shear.