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Tru-Rivets Small Head 1/8 Inch
Tru-Rivets Small Head 1/8 Inch

Tru-Rivets Small Head 1/8 Inch

Universal Fit, 0.13" Hole Diameter, 0.25" Diameter, .188"-.250" Grip Range, Aluminum

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Tru-Rivets Small Head 1/8 Inch
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Hole Diameter:
0.13"
Diameter:
0.25"
Color:
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Grip Range:
.188"-.250"
Material Type:
Aluminum
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Notes:
Rivets use steel shank. Box includes 250.

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Small head 1/8" aluminum pop rivet with steel shank.  3/16" to 1/4" grip range. Available in red, white, blue (light), yellow, black, flat black, orange, chevron (dark) blue and plain. Box of 250.

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