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Dive Rite Transpac Assembly Screw Pair
Product OverviewThe stainless steel assembly screws are used for attaching various accessories to a Trans-Pac harness or to a hard back plate (such as lift bag pouches, suit inflation mounting systems and side mount butt plates). Another common use is tosecure the wing to the Trans Pac harness or hard back plate when rigged for a single tank. Designed to fit through a 3/8" hole, the Stainless Steel Assembly Screws include O-rings that create friction to help keep the screw in place, sold as a set of two.
- Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel
- Designed to fit 3/8 Holes
- O-Ring Friction Ring Included
- Set of Two Screws
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