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Type T tripod black rubber ferrule



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Product Code: T16/19

A very practical and hard wearing rubber ferrule. Designed with three feet for improved stability and to enable a walking stick to balance upright on its own. Available in 16mm or 19mm internal diameter. Overall width 80mm. Overall height 50mm. Item weight approximately 90g. Available in 16mm and 19mm diameters only, make your choice from the pull down menu below.

Price: 7.00 (5.83 ex VAT)

(Approx. 7.92 USD US Dollars, 6.63 EUR Euros, 877.79 JPY Japan Yen)

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