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Earls D002ERL Safety Wire, 600 Foot, .025 Inch Diameter
Earls D002ERL Safety Wire, 600 Foot, .025 Inch Diameter

Earls D002ERL Safety Wire, 600 Foot, .025 Inch Diameter

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Earls D002ERL Safety Wire, 600 Foot, .025 Inch Diameter
Earls D002ERL Safety Wire, 600 Foot, .025 Inch Diameter
Earls D002ERL Safety Wire, 600 Foot, .025 Inch Diameter
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Earls D002ERL Safety Wire, 600 Foot, .025 Inch Diameter
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302/304 STAINLESS STTEL
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MFG. Part #:
D002ERL
GTIN Code:
021432273350
Diameter:
0.025"
Material Type:
Stainless Steel

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Earl's safety wire is packaged in a convenient one-pound dispenser. The wire pulls and uncoils from the inside with no tangles. The wire is constructed of Mil-Spec 20995 TYPE 302 Stainless Steel wire.

  • .025 Wire Diameter
  • 600 ft. Length

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