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Chicago 1/2"-13 Zinc-Plated Steel Coupling Nut

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  • Chicago 3/8"-16 Zinc-Plated Steel Coupling Nut

    • Used for joining threaded rods where span of application exceeds 144", or where a threaded fitting is used with threaded rod in suspension applications
    • Zinc-plated
    • National coarse right hand thread
  • MPN
    25530 1
    Coupling Nuts
    Zinc-Plated Steel
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