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Capsquares pair – 2″ trunions Naval – Bronze

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CAN32 – Capsquares, 2″; Naval, Bronze

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Naval capsquares are angled offset to the trunions and have a distinctive left and right.  (Field capsquares are square to the trunions, and identical L&R.)  I should have all capsquares available in both Iron and Bronze under different part numbers.

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