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Lynx Frame C Washer 3mm - Green (Lynx LX0250 | LYNLX0250)

Model: Lynx LX0250
Dist. #: LYNLX0250   SKU: LYNLX0250

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Updated on Aug 18, 2019 05:02:28 PM

Frame C Washer 3mm - Green...
Used for: M3 Frame Screw

Material: High Precision Tolerance CNC Part made with Aluminum 7075T6

Consists of:

20 x Frame C Washer 3mm – Green

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