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J.W. Winco 6T50S34K Nylon Plastic Lever S Ranking TOP18 5 ☆ popular w Adjustable Stainless

J.W. Winco 6T50S34K Nylon Plastic Adjustable Lever w/Stainless S

$101

J.W. Winco 6T50S34K Nylon Plastic Adjustable Lever w/Stainless S

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Product description

J.W. Winco 6T50S34K Nylon Plastic Adjustable Lever w/ Stainless Steel Components 3/8-16 x 1.97" Stud

  • Adjustable hand levers are ideal whenever parts have to be clamped in a confined space or in a particular lever position. The insert is connected to the lever via serrations which can easily be disengaged. Pulling the lever upwards, disengages the serrations, allowing it to be swivelled to the ideal clampling position. When releasing the lever, the serrations automatically re-engage.
    • DESCRIPTIONAdjustable Lever
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBER6T50S34K
    • BRANDJ.W. Winco
    • THREAD LENGTH1.97"
    • CONSTRUCTIONPlastic
    • THREAD SIZE3/8-16
    • SPRING MATERIALStainless Steel 301 Series
    • COUNTRY OF ORIGINMade in USA
    • HANDLE CONSTRUCTIONNylon Plastic
    • UNIT OF MEASUREMENTInch (Imperial)
    • COLORBlack
    • INSERT MATERIALStainless Steel 303 Series
    • HANDLE LENGTH2.48"
    • SCREW MATERIALStainless Steel 303 Series
    • TYPEThreaded Stud
  • J.W. Winco 6T50S34K Nylon Plastic Adjustable Lever w/Stainless S

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