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Ideal Heavy Duty T-Bolt Clamp, 2-1/2 Inch Minimum Clamping Diameter
Ideal Heavy Duty T-Bolt Clamp, 2-1/2 Inch Minimum Clamping Diameter

Ideal Heavy Duty T-Bolt Clamp, 2-1/2 Inch Minimum Clamping Diameter

Universal Fit, 2.5" Hose OD, Steel, Natural, 2.5" Minimum Clamping Diameter

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Ideal Heavy Duty T-Bolt Clamp, 2-1/2 Inch Minimum Clamping Diameter
Ideal Heavy Duty T-Bolt Clamp, 2-1/2 Inch Minimum Clamping Diameter
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Hose OD:
2.5"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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Each
Minimum Clamping Diameter:
2.5"
Maximum Clamping Diameter:
2.81"
Grip Range:
2-1/2" to 2-13/16"

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Heavy duty T-Bolt clamps from Ideal Clamps provide uniform sealing pressure for a positive, reliable seal. Specifically designed for use in high vibration and large diameter applications. This is most widely used t-bolt design and it's typical applications include truck air intake systems, cold side charge air systems, off-road equipment and industrial machinery.
  • Minimum Clamping Diameter:2.5
  • Maximum Clamping Diameter: 2.81
  • T-Bolt: 1/4″ Plated Carbon Steel
  • Hex Nut: 7/16″ Plated Carbon Steel, Nylon Insert
  • Band: 3/4″, 300 Stainless
  • Bridge: 3/4″, 300 Stainless
  • Trunnion: Plated Carbon Steel
  • Installation Torque: 75 in-lbs (8.5 Nm)
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