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High Temp. Non-Ins. Term

Part Number: AP5642027
MFG Part Number: TJMA02875-1
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20 pack of 1/4 inch high temp quick disconnects used on 14-16 gauge wiring. For 100 pack, order TJMA02876-2.

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Part Number TJMA02875-1 (AP5642027) replaces MA02875-1, T1102, T1111, TJ90T1102.

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