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OER R403 3/16 Inch Speed Nut Kit
OER R403 3/16 Inch Speed Nut Kit

OER R403 3/16 Inch Speed Nut Kit

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Speed nuts for use with various GM and reproduction emblem mounting studs.  Includes pliable sealant type film attached to nut.  Speed nuts can be utilized for many of the emblems that do not include attaching nuts.  Pre-packaged in OER polytube with header card.

  • Includes pliable sealant film attached to each nut
  • 3/16"
  • Kit of 4

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