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Mill Body Washer, Long Bolt, Threaded Nut W/ Plate, 10 Pack Imca Fasteners on

US $37.39

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:111-007Lx10 Bolt Length:1.25" Product Type:Fasteners, Fluids & Gaskets Thread:1-1/4" Color:Mill Threaded Plate width:1-1/16" Washer OD:1.25" Brand:Bryke Fasteners Body Material:Aluminum UPC:Does Not Apply

Body Washer, Long Bolt, and Threaded Nut w/ Plate Kit
Aluminum Washer OD: 1-1/4" Long Hex Bolt:
1/4-20 Thread 1.25" Long
Threaded Insert: 1/4-20 Thread
1" Plate: Attached to the Threaded Insert
Works great for roofs and most any body panel.
10 Pack
Bryke Racing Part# 111-007Lx10

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