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Steel Slotted Oval Head Quarter Turn Fastener, .500 Inch Grip
Steel Slotted Oval Head Quarter Turn Fastener, .500 Inch Grip

Steel Slotted Oval Head Quarter Turn Fastener, .500 Inch Grip

Universal Fit, 0.5" Reach, 0.31" Shaft Diameter, Steel, Zinc Plated

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Steel Slotted Oval Head Quarter Turn Fastener, .500 Inch Grip
Steel Slotted Oval Head Quarter Turn Fastener, .500 Inch Grip
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Steel Slotted Oval Head Quarter Turn Fastener, .500 Inch Grip
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MFG. Part #:
940112
Reach:
0.5"
Shaft Diameter:
0.31"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
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These panel fasteners quickly fasten body panels, doors, tilt fronts and hood panels.  Use .500" grip range for thin materials, use .550" for mid-materials, and .600" and up for thick materials.

  • .500" grip, 5/16" quarter turn fastener
  • Slotted, oval head
  • Perfect for Micro Sprint applications

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