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Steel Oval Head Quarter Turn Fasteners, .650 Inch Grip, Pack/10
Steel Oval Head Quarter Turn Fasteners, .650 Inch Grip, Pack/10

Steel Oval Head Quarter Turn Fasteners, .650 Inch Grip, Pack/10

Universal Fit, 0.65" Reach, Steel, Zinc Plated

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Steel Oval Head Quarter Turn Fasteners, .650 Inch Grip, Pack/10
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  • These quarter turn panel fasteners with a .650" grip length quickly attach body panels
  • Steel construction with zinc plating for corrosion resistance
  • Useful for fastening body panels, hoods, trunk lids, access panels, trap doors, etc.
  • .400" (7/16) shank diameter
  • Sold in a bag of 10

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MFG. Part #:
91007114
Reach:
0.65"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated

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These panel fasteners quickly fastens body panels, doors, tilt fronts and hood panels. Zinc plated steel.

Use .500" grip range for thin materials, use .550" for mid-materials, and .600" and up for thick materials.

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  • Heads are .680"
  • Shank is .400"

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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