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Rubber Insulated Zinc Plated Clamp Latrge Assortment ,wire Harness ,brake Lines on 2040-parts.com

US $13.99
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usa, Florida, US

usa, Florida, US
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18 piece assorted clamps great for mounting those bake fuel transmission lines or any wiring !clamps are zink plated steel with rubber to insulate from vibration  reducing wear and tear on cables and lines  with nice pvc storage case 

8@ 1/4

4@ 5/16

2 @3/8 

2 @1/2 

2 @5/8 

Will ship worldwide!! $14.99 usd priority mail 

ship to USA 50 states only $ 5.99 usd

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