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Stainless Steel Double Adjuster, 3/4-16 Threads, 5-1/2 Inch Length
Stainless Steel Double Adjuster, 3/4-16 Threads, 5-1/2 Inch Length

Stainless Steel Double Adjuster, 3/4-16 Threads, 5-1/2 Inch Length

Universal Fit, 5.50" Overall Length, 3/4"-16 RH Thread Pitch, 3/4"-16 LH Thread Pitch (2)

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MFG. Part #:
91012500
Overall Length:
5.50"
Thread Pitch:
3/4"-16 RH
Thread Pitch (2):
3/4"-16 LH
Wrench Size:
1" SAE
Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Finish:
Natural
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Machined stainless steel adjusters have 2-1/2” of RH thread and 2-1/2” of LH thread. Short one has a 1/2” center hex and is 5-1/2" overall length.

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