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|Oetiker stepless screw clamps feature a unique tongue-in-groove design to provide a perfect 360 degree seal. The narrow band width of 9mm is designed to fit grooved objects. They are ideal where specialty clamping needs have to be met and the application calls for a smooth inner surface such as on flexible duct sleeves. The tongue-in-groove design provides that stepless complete seal. Manufactured using 300 AISI series stainless steel.|
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STEPLESS SCREW CLAMP # 031-9
Worked perfectly,. I needed a reduced width T-bolt clamp for a turbo application. Well made and did the job
Great clamps even pressure. No tab b nec to cut. Need to select size carefully
Best clamps made! Aircraft Spruce is my only source. A+
I use these clamps in many applications. Very high quality. Highly recommended.
These 100% stainless steel clamps - I use for custom motorcycle applications are simply the best product Ive found for aesthetics and function. Can be safety wired if desired. I highly recommend them.
Appears to be a well made clamp , but should not be used for coolant or fuel lines , as it could come apart in my opinion.
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Yes, we have many customers in Australia and send many orders each day there.