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Heavy Duty Clevis, 3/4 Inch RH
Heavy Duty Clevis, 3/4 Inch RH

Heavy Duty Clevis, 3/4 Inch RH

Universal Fit, 0.375" Slot Width, 0.375" Hole Diameter, 3/4"-16 Thread Pitch, Steel

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  • Heavy duty design
  • RH threads only
  • Plain finish
  • 3/8" slot and hole
  • 3/4" NF shank

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MFG. Part #:
91002007
Slot Width:
0.375"
Hole Diameter:
0.375"
Thread Pitch:
3/4"-16
Thread Type:
RH Male
Material Type:
Steel
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Each

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Heavy duty threaded clevis design & construction. 3/4" size, 3/8" slot and hole. Right hand thread only. Plain finish.

Specs

  • 3/4" thread
  • 3/8" slot
  • 3/8" hole

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