/berryless82358.html,#10-32,F,0.44",,Panel,X,THK=0.250",,Captive,$74,pcs),Industrial Scientific , Fasteners , Screws,Retractable,(20,vanessarama.net 20 pcs #10-32 Our shop most popular X 0.44" Captive Panel F THK=0.250" Retractable $74 (20 pcs) #10-32 X 0.44", THK=0.250", Retractable Captive Panel F Industrial Scientific Fasteners Screws /berryless82358.html,#10-32,F,0.44",,Panel,X,THK=0.250",,Captive,$74,pcs),Industrial Scientific , Fasteners , Screws,Retractable,(20,vanessarama.net $74 (20 pcs) #10-32 X 0.44", THK=0.250", Retractable Captive Panel F Industrial Scientific Fasteners Screws 20 pcs #10-32 Our shop most popular X 0.44" Captive Panel F THK=0.250" Retractable

20 pcs #10-32 Our shop most popular X 0.44

(20 pcs) #10-32 X 0.44", THK=0.250", Retractable Captive Panel F

$74

(20 pcs) #10-32 X 0.44", THK=0.250", Retractable Captive Panel F

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Product description

  • Diameter (Nominal): #10
  • Thread Pitch: 32
  • Length (Nominal): 0.44"
  • Thickness (Nominal): 0.250"
  • Category: Retractable Captive Panel Fasteners
  • System of Measurement: US Units
  • Brand: Aspen Fasteners®
  • Form and Design: Flare In Style
  • Drive Style: Slotted Drive
  • Thread Direction: Right-Hand Thread
  • Material: Steel
  • Coating: Uncoated
  • Coating Color: Black Finish
  • Origin: Made in U.S.A.

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(20 pcs) #10-32 X 0.44", THK=0.250", Retractable Captive Panel F

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