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Metal Products SP316500 3" x 1-1/2" Safety Plate

Safety Plate, Material: Steel, 16 Gauge, Dimensions: 3" x 1-1/2". Package of 500.
Manufacturer: Metal Products
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Cat:3SPX500
Item:0057516
Cat:SP316500
UPC:781002141051
Category: Safety Plates - Hammer-On
Length:3 in
Material:Steel
Type:Safety Plate
Product Width:1 1/2 in

Specification

Cat:3SPX500
Item:0057516
Cat:SP316500
UPC:781002141051
Category: Safety Plates - Hammer-On
Length:3 in
Material:Steel
Type:Safety Plate
Product Width:1 1/2 in
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