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GN125 Flat Adjustable Tension Lever, Male, Steel

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GN125 Flat Adjustable Tension Lever, Male.

The overall height of these tension levers is reduced to the absolute minimum, enabling them to be used in extremely restricted spaces. Also ideal whenever a particular lever position is required.

The threaded insert is connected with the hub via serrations which can be disengaged. Pulling the lever disengages the serrations and the lever can be swivelled to the ideal clamping position. On releasing the lever it will automatically re-engage.


Steel, blackened.

Threaded stud - Tensile strength class 5.8 (500 N/mm)

Plane Surface with natural coloured, anodized aluminium disc.

Ball Knobs DIN319 Plastic, duroplast, black shiny finish.

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