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Earls 171003ERL Cushioned Hose Clamp, Fits 3/16 Inch Tube Or Hose O.D.
Earls 171003ERL Cushioned Hose Clamp, Fits 3/16 Inch Tube Or Hose O.D.

Earls 171003ERL Cushioned Hose Clamp, Fits 3/16 Inch Tube Or Hose O.D.

Universal Fit, Aluminum, Natural, 0.1875" Maximum Clamping Diameter, 0.1875" Hose OD, Insulated

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Earls 171003ERL Cushioned Hose Clamp, Fits 3/16 Inch Tube Or Hose O.D.
Earls 171003ERL Cushioned Hose Clamp, Fits 3/16 Inch Tube Or Hose O.D.
Earls 171003ERL Cushioned Hose Clamp, Fits 3/16 Inch Tube Or Hose O.D.
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Earls 171003ERL Cushioned Hose Clamp, Fits 3/16 Inch Tube Or Hose O.D.
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Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Natural
Color:
Natural
Maximum Clamping Diameter:
0.1875"
Minimum Clamping Diameter:
0.1875"
Hose OD:
0.1875"
Insulated:
Yes
Notes:
10/PAK
Sold in Quantity:
Set
MFG. Part #:
171003ERL
GTIN Code:
021432272179

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These clamps are designed to support and locate hoses. They are attached to the supporting structure either with a machine screw and nut. In blind applications, they are attached with a machine screw and a rivnut or plate nut.

  • Designed To Support Hoses
  • Designed To Locate Hoses
  • Attach To Supporting Structure
  • Set of 10

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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