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200- Anti Rattler Door Fastener Chrome Brass Nos Holder New Wholesale Lot on 2040-parts.com

US $695.00
Location:

Nova Scotia, Canada

Nova Scotia, Canada
Condition:New Part Type:Sailing Hardware & Gear


This is for 200 anti rattlers (1 case)

Also called door holders!
They are great for preventing rattling of doors, covers, cupboards, hatches, lids etc!


Solid BRASS chrome plated They measure 4" LONG X 1 7/8" WIDE.

BRAND NEW- great quality hardware from the late 1970's early 80's.


IF YOU NEED A larger QUANTITY LET ME KNOW, YOU WILL SAVE A BUNDLE ON SHIPPING!

YES I DO COMBINE FOR BETTER SHIPPING RATES I accept PAYPAL and Credit Cards.

Text any questions to 902-769-7497

Shipping will be $50.00 anywhere in USA (lower 48 states) & $50.00 within Canada!


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