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November 22, 2006
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Kwikiâ„¢ Cast Wingnuts are designed for damper regulator assembly. They are formed from a single cast and composed of a single thread. The units thread to both the manufacturer's spring bearing and stamped economy bearing. The wingnuts feed by hand or with an electric driver and chuck. These wingnuts are an addition to the company's family of bright, zinc-plated damper regulators that are designed to allow quick installation onto any factory-made residential- or light commercial-quality damper blade.

Hardcast, 900 Hensley Lane, Wylie, Texas 75098; 800-527-7092; 972-442-0076 (fax); www.hardcast.com

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Publication date: 11/27/2006

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