B&Q Brown Polypropylene Locking Joint (L)36mm, Pack of 4

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These brown polypropylene locking joints are perfect for joining two pieces of wood together.

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Contents - 4x Locking joint 4x Screw

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Technical specification of B&Q Brown Polypropylene Locking Joint (L)36mm, Pack of 4
Brand B&Q
Construction material Polypropylene
Height 13mm
Width 26mm
Length 36mm
Pack quantity 4
Colour description Brown

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