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Surface Mount Co2 Bottle Bracket Fits Biondo Style 2" Cylinder Inv D1213 on 2040-parts.com

US $30.00
Location:

Hebron, Connecticut, United States

Hebron, Connecticut, United States
Condition:New Brand:Deal Engineering Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:D1213 Surface Finish:Beautiful as Mahined with polished edge Warranty:Yes UPC:Does not apply

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Surface Mount Bracket for 2" CO2 bottle

This listing is for (1) Surface mount Bottle Bracket that fits any 2" diameter 10oz CO2 Bottle.  These are manufactured in my shop from 6061 Aluminum Bar on my HAAS VMC.  All fasteners are 304 stainless.  Includes 1/4" socket head clamp bolt and 5/16 Mount bolts as shown. Bottle not included. Free standard shipping to USA.

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