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100- 2 1/2" Cabin Door Hooks Hook & Eye 2.5 Inch Chrome Brass Nos Lot 100 on

US $475.00

Nova Scotia, Canada

Nova Scotia, Canada


You are buying a lot of 100 (100 complete units) Brand NEW

Chrome on Brass Cabin door Hooks

  • complete end to end including pads, measures 2 3/4"
  • hook alone is 2 1/4" long
  • solid brass Chromed
  • pad dimensions are 1 1/4" x 3/4"
  • very affordable QUALITY door hooks!



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