NotcHead 1300 Plastic Hardline Clamps
Universal Fit, Plastic, Black, Hardware Included
- They are heat resistant up to 180° F
- Features a high strength plastic construction
- After the line is installed, the fastening screw is completely hidden
- Has low moisture sensitivity, are very wear resistant, and easy on painted parts
- The lines easily 'snap in' with a push of your finger and eliminate the need for Z-bends to adjust for fittings
Upgrade from metal line clamps to NotcHead Line Clamps; the easiest way to secure lines and eliminates the need for Z-bends to adjust for fittings. Centered set screw means you drill and tap holes right where you want your line to go. Lines easily 'snap in' with a push of your finger and eliminate the need for Z-bends to adjust for fittings.
Made from high strength Co-polymer Acetal plastic, NotcHead Line Clamps are heat-resistant to 180° F, have low moisture sensitivity, are very wear resistant and easy on painted parts. After the line is installed, the fastening screw is completely hidden, giving a professional, elegant look.
- High strength plastic construction
- Hardware included
- Heat resistant to 180° F
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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