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Pico 8225-50 1 Inch Heat Shrink Tubing, 50 Feet Per Package
Pico 8225-50 1 Inch Heat Shrink Tubing, 50 Feet Per Package

Pico 8225-50 1 Inch Heat Shrink Tubing, 50 Feet Per Package

Universal Fit, 1" Diameter, 50 ft. Overall Length

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Pico 8225-50 1 Inch Heat Shrink Tubing, 50 Feet Per Package
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Pico 8225-50 1 Inch Heat Shrink Tubing, 50 Feet Per Package
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Pico 8225-50 1 Inch Heat Shrink Tubing, 50 Feet Per Package
Pico 8225-50 1 Inch Heat Shrink Tubing, 50 Feet Per Package
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  • It is a single wall shrink tubing
  • Has a 1" inside diameter before shrinking
  • Features a 2 to 1 shrink ratio and comes in a 50 foot roll

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MFG. Part #:
8225-50
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1"
Overall Length:
50 ft.

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Heat shrink tubing by Pico. Features 1 inch inside diameter before shrinking.

  • 1" Inside Diameter Before Shrinking
  • 2 to 1 Shrink Ratio
  • Single Wall Shrink Tubing
  • 50' per Package

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