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Nautos Inspection Port – Kayak Hatch – Hpn390 – Bayonet Thread – 150mm ~ 6″ Od. on 2040-parts.com

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Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:PNP Part Type:Sailing Hardware & Gear Manufacturer Part Number:HPN390

 

NAUTOS 

INSPECTION PORT – KAYAK HATCH – HPN390 – BAYONET THREAD – 150MM ~ 6″ OD.


INSPECTION PORT
KAYAK HATCH –  HPN390
BAYONET THREAD
150MM ~ 6″ .




Cutout Ø6 7/16 in163 mm
Outside Ø7 9/16 in19



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