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SILICON NIPPLE MS25171-4S WHT

$1.50/Piece
Part# 11-03916
MFR Model# 06403-5

Overview

Right angle nipples made of silicone rubber
MIL-R-5847, Class II, Grade 50. A-A-59178B
   
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Specifications

A-A-59178B A B C D E F G H
Dash No. Max. .125 .005 Dia. Dia. Dia. Dia. Dia.
-1 1.38" 0.56" 0.06" 0.4" 0.63" 0.16" 0.41" 0.76"
-2 2.5" 1" 0.06" 0.56" 0.82" 0.31" 0.56" 0.95"
-3 2.5" 1" 0.06" 0.56" 0.82" 0.43" 0.68" 0.95"
-4 2.5" 1" 0.06" 0.56" 0.82" 0.56" 0.82" 0.95"

Reviews

good quality

Keith W Verified Purchase

SILICON NIPPLE MS25171-4S WHT

May 13, 2023

Download A-A-59178B from everyspec for a better drawing.

John B
February 2, 2023

perfect fast shipping

Ham K
May 21, 2021

came just as expected!

Mike
May 3, 2021

Fits properly over terminal on Concord RG-35AXC battery and provides proper electrical separation.

Michael H
March 28, 2021

I use them for the starter cable on Marine generators

Gary
March 15, 2021

Great product, good price

David E
February 10, 2021

Needed these electric terminal nipples to replace the old ones on panel. Of high quality and perfect for the job.

John W
September 19, 2020

Electric nipples of very good quality. Perfect for my project

John W
September 12, 2020

Exactly what I needed on the Generator and battery.

Carolyon T
September 12, 2020

Q&A

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Q: Are these widths in inches or cm?

The dimensions listed are in inches.

Q: Any temperature specification? How do they perform inside an engine cowling?

The temp range is from -85 to 4010F, and these are commonly used on engine components.