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10 Stainless Steel Worm Gear Clamps 3 9/16-4 1/2" 90-114mm Gold Seal Usa 0726 on 2040-parts.com

US $10.00
Location:

Big Sandy, Tennessee, United States

Big Sandy, Tennessee, United States
Condition:New Brand:Gold Seal Clamp Size:3 9/16" to 4 1/2" Manufacturer Part Number:3 9/16 - 4 1/2 Material:100% Stainless Steel Part Name:Stainless Steel Clamps UPC:Does not apply

You are bidding on 10 new MurrayType F Gold Seal Stainless Steel Worm Gear Clamps. These clamps have an opening capacity of 3 9/16 inch to 4 1/2 inch or 90 to 114 mm. The band width is 1/2 inch. The screw can be tightened with a slotted screwdriver or a 5/16 inch socket/wrench. These clamps are made in the USA. These clamps can be assembled together for large clamp jobs. The SAE number for these clamps is 64. The reliable SAE Type "F" clamp with a large operating range and available for virtually any application which requires maintainability and versatility. With over 60 years of clamp manufacturing experience, Murray has been a major supplier to automotive, marine, aircraft, irrigation and numerous other manufacturers and the aftermarkets.

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