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Aluminum Oval Head Quarter-Turn 5/16 In Fasteners, .500 In, 10 Pack
Aluminum Oval Head Quarter-Turn 5/16 In Fasteners, .500 In, 10 Pack

Aluminum Oval Head Quarter-Turn 5/16 In Fasteners, .500 In, 10 Pack

Universal Fit, .50" Reach, .31" Shaft Diameter, Aluminum, Natural

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Aluminum Oval Head Quarter-Turn 5/16 In Fasteners, .500 In, 10 Pack
Aluminum Oval Head Quarter-Turn 5/16 In Fasteners, .500 In, 10 Pack
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MFG. Part #:
96007111
Reach:
.50"
Shaft Diameter:
.31"
Material Type:
Aluminum
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Natural
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These 1/4 turn panel fasteners quickly fasten body panels, doors, tilt fronts and hood panels. Zinc plated steel.

  • 1/4-turn 5/16"
  • .500" grip length
  • For use with 5/16" quarter-turn springs
  • Pack of 10

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Note: Use .500" grip range for thin materials, use .550" for mid-materials, and .600" and up for thick materials.

 

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