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Jackson 30-998 Replacement Active Right Side Body Arm & Paddle AssemblyJackson 30-998 Replacement Active Right Side Body Arm & Paddle Assembly
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Jackson 30-998 Replacement Active Right Side Body Arm & Paddle Assembly

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Jackson 30-998 Replacement Active Right Side Body Arm & Paddle Assembly for Jackson RHRB 1095P Series Crossbar Rim Panic Exit Device

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• Right Side Active Body and Arm Assembly
• Replacement for Existing Right Hand Reverse Bevel 1095P Rim Device
• Designed for use with 1-3/4" (44.5 mm) Narrow, Medium and Wide Stile Aluminum, Wood or Hollow Metal Doors
• This Body, Arm and Paddle Assembly will help maintain the 1095 and continue to provide many years of smooth operation
• Finishes: Dark Bronze 313 and Satin Aluminum 628

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Additional Information

Manufacturer CRL Jackson
Model 30-998
Dimensions Designed to Use with 1-3/4" (44.5) Narrow, Medium and Wide Stile Aluminum, Wood or Hollow Metal Doors
Handing Handed
Warranty Free From Defects in Material And Workmanship for a Period of 5 Years from the Date of Original Shipment
Weight 3.0000

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