AFCO 3427 27" Steel Tube, 3/4" Thread, Black
Universal Fit, 1.000" Tube O.D., 3/4"-16 RH/LH Thread Pitch, 27" Overall Length, Steel, Zinc
AFCO's new black swaged steel tubes are formed using .095" 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 with wall thickness that stays within +/-.001". AFCO swaged steel tubes are produced with NO stretching or crimping. Choose AFCO for the best built tubes on the market for strength and weight savings.
- New black finish
- Consistent wall thickness allows better thread engagement
- Black zinc-plated for increased part life
- 3/4" and 5/8" threaded tubes for all popular applications
- Deep knurl for easy length adjustments
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