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Product description

304 Stainless Steel 8mm Thick Open Ring Oblong Sail Shade Pad Eye Plate 6pcs
High quality 304 Waterproof Steel - Finest marine grade steel available!
This pad eye hardware is an essential mounting accessory to any shade sail. Flat plate with projecting loop/ring.
Great for securing and holding down items. Use in a variety of boat or household applications.
Perfect for sailing, boating, and many other marine and rough weather applications.
Mounting screws are not included here.

Description in German
304 Edelstahl 8mm dicken offenen Ring längliche Segel Shade Pad Auge Platte 6st
Produktname: Pad Eye; Packungsinhalt: 6 Stück x Pad Eye
Hauptfarbe: Silberton; Material: 304 Edelstahl
Gewicht: 368 g; Augendicke: 8 mm / 0,31
Basisgröße: 80 x 26 mm / 3,1 × 1,02 (L * W); Höhe: 34 mm / 1,34
Montagelochdurchmesser: 6 mm / 0,24 ''; Abstand der Montagelöcher: 57 mm / 2,24 ''

New Lon0167 304 Stainless Steel 8mm Thick Open Ring Oblong Sail

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