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Moroso Adjustable Momentary Switch 74123 on 2040-parts.com

US $31.97
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All Racing Parts, United States

All Racing Parts, United States
Condition:New Brand:Moroso MPN:084663741234 Manufacturer Part Number:74123

Moroso Adjustable Momentary Switch 74123

Moroso Adjustable Momentary Switch 74123

Switch, Push Button, Momentary, Trans-Brake, Aluminum, Natural, 15 Amps, Each

UPC: 084663741234
Switch Actuation Style: Push button
Circuit Activation: Momentary
Lighted: No
Amperage Rating: 15 amps
Safety Cover: No
Terminal Type: Screw
Labeled: No
Weatherproof Sealed: No
Wiring Included: No
Relay Included: No
Switch Material: Aluminum
Switch Finish: Natural
Quantity: Sold individually.

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