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Spring Tool Accessories Compression Spring Wire Diameter 2.5mm,

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Product description

It has high flexibility and precision, small installation volume, and strong force.
Compression spring wire diameter 2.5mm, outer diameter 21mm release spring return spring pressure plate spring
Name: Compression Spring/Compression Spring
Size: wire diameter (2.5mm), outer diameter (21mm), length (20-100mm)
Material: spring steel
Surface treatment: untreated
Quantity: 5
Features:
Compression springs are made of high-quality spring steel, anti-fatigue, hard; high strength and durability. Various sizes.
Size description:
Size mark: d (wire diameter) * D (outer diameter) * L (length)
For example: 1.0 * 11 * 10 (The wire diameter is 1.0mm, the outer diameter is 11mm, and the length is 10mm.)
Explain the purchase:
If you don’t have the required length, you can buy a similar size. For example, if you want to buy 1.0 * 11 * 15, you can buy a length of 10mm, and then write down in the message area: 1.0 * 11 * 15. (Please refer to the inventory list for purchase)
Note: The size of the remarks in the message area must be in the inventory list, otherwise we will not be able to ship the goods, please forgive me.

Note: The following is a list of all our inventory
Wire diameter 0.2mm (size mark: d (wire diameter) * D (outer diameter) * L (length))
Wire diameter 0.3mm (size mark: d (wire diameter) * D (outer diameter) * L (length))
Wire diameter 0.4mm (size mark: d (wire diameter) * D (outer diameter) * L (length))
Wire diameter 0.5mm (size mark: d (wire diameter) * D (outer diameter) * L (length))
Wire diameter 0.6mm (size mark: d (wire diameter) * D (outer diameter) * L (length))
Wire diameter 0.7mm (size mark: d (wire diameter) * D (outer diameter) * L (length))
Wire diameter 0.8mm (size mark: d (wire diameter) * D (outer diameter) * L (length))
Wire diameter 0.9mm (size mark: d (wire diameter) * D (outer diameter) * L (length))
Wire diameter 1.0mm (size mark: d (wire diameter)

Spring Tool Accessories Compression Spring Wire Diameter 2.5mm,

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