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EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint 7/16-20 Lower Birdcage Arm Bolt
EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint 7/16-20 Lower Birdcage Arm Bolt

EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint 7/16-20 Lower Birdcage Arm Bolt

2.11" Overall Length, Steel, Zinc Plated

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EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint 7/16-20 Lower Birdcage Arm Bolt
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Overall Length:
2.11"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
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This Henchcraft® mini Sprint lower birdcage arm bolt is 7/16"-20. The bolts special length ensures the arm rod end will ride on the full bolt shoulder.

  • 7/16"-20 lower birdcage arm bolt
  • Steel
  • Sold each

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