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Earls 962304ERL 45 Degree -4 AN Male to 1/8 Inch NPT Elbow, Zinc
Earls 962304ERL 45 Degree -4 AN Male to 1/8 Inch NPT Elbow, Zinc

Earls 962304ERL 45 Degree -4 AN Male to 1/8 Inch NPT Elbow, Zinc

Universal Fit, -4 AN, 1/8" NPT NPT Size, 45 degree Angle, -4 AN Male Fitting End A, Steel, Zinc

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Earls 962304ERL 45 Degree -4 AN Male to 1/8 Inch NPT Elbow, Zinc
Earls 962304ERL 45 Degree -4 AN Male to 1/8 Inch NPT Elbow, Zinc
Earls 962304ERL 45 Degree -4 AN Male to 1/8 Inch NPT Elbow, Zinc
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Earls 962304ERL 45 Degree -4 AN Male to 1/8 Inch NPT Elbow, Zinc
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AN Size:
-4 AN
NPT Size:
1/8" NPT
Angle:
45 degree
Fitting End A:
-4 AN Male
Fitting End B:
1/8" NPT Male
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc
MFG. Part #:
962304ERL
GTIN Code:
021432230711
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Each

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  • Zinc Plated Domestic Steel Construction
  • Made in the USA
  • High Pressure Capabilities
  • Available for Any Plumbing Situation And Many Custom Applications.

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