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Aluminum Dome Head Quarter Turn Fasteners
Aluminum Dome Head Quarter Turn Fasteners

Aluminum Dome Head Quarter Turn Fasteners

Universal Fit, .68" Overall Diameter, .84" Overall Length, 0.5" Reach, .40" Shaft Diameter

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Aluminum Dome Head Quarter Turn Fasteners
Aluminum Dome Head Quarter Turn Fasteners
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MFG. Part #:
91007200
Overall Diameter:
.68"
Overall Length:
.84"
Reach:
0.5"
Shaft Diameter:
.40"
Material Type:
Aluminum
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These 1/4 turn panel fasteners feature no-slip installation and removal with their 3/16" hex hole. A 3/16" allen wrench  is required for installation or removal. Hex hole will not fill with dirt as it goes all the way through.
  • 1/4 turn
  • No more slipping and gouging paint or graphics
  • 3/16" hex hole allows for positive, no-slip installation and removal
  • Can be used with a standard 3/16" Allen wrench
  • Hex hole goes all the way through, it's impossible to get plugged with dirt, and is lighter than other fasteners
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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