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Handle Kit Quick Release Ettore

Quick Overview

  • Includes 2 brass set screws & nuts, 2 spring washers, a flip lever and a rod
  • Replacement parts for Ettore Handles
  • Can be used to replace parts
  • Can be used to upgrade standard handle to quick release
  • Will also fit Ledger handles

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Item #: 01-920  UPC : 100326110136  MPN : 1365



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Handle Kit Quk Rel Ettore

Top Clip Spring Pin for Quick Release Squeegee Handle
Will fit Ledger handle.
Replace the Top Clip Springs and Pin on your Ettore Quick Release Handle with these replacement parts or use them to upgrade your standard handle.
These also fit Ledger handles.

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