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US $8.43
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Melrose, Florida, United States

Melrose, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:Attwood Manufacturer Part Number:99143

 5/8 Heavy Duty Thimble Hot dip Galvanized heavy-gauge steel. Resists deforming under severe load conditions. 9914-3

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