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AFCO 19521 Steel Swaged Tube 1 Inch O.D. 3/4-16 Threaded 21 Inch Length
AFCO 19521 Steel Swaged Tube 1 Inch O.D. 3/4-16 Threaded 21 Inch Length

AFCO 19521 Steel Swaged Tube 1 Inch O.D. 3/4-16 Threaded 21 Inch Length

Universal Fit, 1.000" Tube O.D., 3/4"-16 RH/LH Thread Pitch, 21" Overall Length, Steel, Zinc

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AFCO 19521 Steel Swaged Tube 1 Inch O.D. 3/4-16 Threaded 21 Inch Length
AFCO 19521 Steel Swaged Tube 1 Inch O.D. 3/4-16 Threaded 21 Inch Length
AFCO 19521 Steel Swaged Tube 1 Inch O.D. 3/4-16 Threaded 21 Inch Length
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AFCO 19521 Steel Swaged Tube 1 Inch O.D. 3/4-16 Threaded 21 Inch Length
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Tube O.D.:
1.000"
Thread Pitch:
3/4"-16 RH/LH
Overall Length:
21"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc
MFG. Part #:
19521
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AFCO swaged steel tubes are formed using .095" wall DOM material. This tubing is placed in a swaging machine that forms the reduced end size using a series of hammer to die blows. The finished product has reduced ends and the wall thickness stays within +/- .001". No stretching or crimping is used to produce an AFCO swaged tube. You can't buy a better-built tube for strength and weight savings.Consistent wall thickness allows better thread engagementYellow zinc-plated for increased part lifeDeep knurl for easy length adjustments

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