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Butterfly Self-Ejecting Quarter Turn Fasteners, .500 In Grip, Pack/10
Butterfly Self-Ejecting Quarter Turn Fasteners, .500 In Grip, Pack/10

Butterfly Self-Ejecting Quarter Turn Fasteners, .500 In Grip, Pack/10

Universal Fit, 0.5" Reach, Steel, Zinc Plated

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  • Numerous applications
  • Can be used for numerous applications
  • Zinc plating prevents rust
  • 5/16" Shank
  • Comes in a pack of 10

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MFG. Part #:
91007125
Reach:
0.5"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated

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Thumb tab self-ejecting quarter turn panel fasteners. Zinc plated steel with 5/16" shank. Package of 10.

Use .500" grip for thin materials, .700" grip for thicker materials.

These have a 1.00" center to center of the 1/8" Mounting holes

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Quarter turn springs and spring plates to work in conjunction with this quarter turn fastener are available as shown below.

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