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ROHN 25G Replacement Clamp Set for House Brackets - HBHDW

Manufacturer CodeHBHDW
AvailabilityUsually ships in 24 Hrs
ShippingCan ship Canada


Rohn Wall Brackets 

HB25AG, HB25BG, HB25CG and EB2525G

Replacement Clamp Set

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ROHN HBHDW Replacement Clamp Set for 25G House Bracket


Order as direct replacement parts for HB25AG, HB25BG, HB25CG and EB2525G House Brackets for ROHN 25G Tower.

Factory OEM, Original Manufacturer. 


2 U-Bolt
4 Nut for U-Bolt
4 Washer for U-Bolt
4 Saddle
2 Adjustment Bolt
2 Lock Washer for Adjustment Bolt
2 Nut for Adjustment Bolt


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