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Penn-Elcom Z408620 Amplifier Chicken Head Knob Black

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Product Description

Manufacturer Part Number: Z408620

Highlights
  • Set Screw Style for 1/4" Shaft Pots


Penn-Elcom Z408620 Amplifier Chicken Head Knob Black

Penn Elcom's Z408620 black chicken head amplifier knob has white notched tip indicator. Set screw for use with 1/4" diameter shaft potentiometers. Dimensions: 26.80 mm L x 17.26 mm W x 14.38 mm H (1.02" x 0.68" x 0.57").



Product Specifications
  • Color: Black
Penn-Elcom Z408620 Amplifier Chicken Head Knob Black
  • Brand: Penn-Elcom
  • Model: Z408620
  • Part Number: 240-203
  • UPC: 844632092367
  • Product Category: Knobs
  • Unit of Measure: EA
  • Weight: 0.025 lbs.

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