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Cable carrier end mounting bracket for the 2 cable carrier 2x.75 inside dimension cable carrier 2x.75 inside dimension
Cable carrier end mounting bracket for the 2 cable carrier 2x.75 inside dimension cable carrier 2x.75 inside dimension
Introduction:

This is a bracket that connects to the end of the 2 inch x 3/4" inside dimension cable carrier for mounting. The bracket can be oriented at two angles, straight and at 90 degrees. Three holes in the bracket provide the means for mounting the cable carrier bracket. Both ends are included

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