285-74 Pole Line Hardware: Anchors, Arms, Bolts, Braces, Brackets, Clevises, Connections, Insulators, Plates, Pole Steps, Racks, Rods, Shackles, Straps, Thimbles, Washers, etc.
(See 700-30 for Graphic Art Supplies) 725-12 Antennas and Accessories (Radio Only): Brackets, Masts, Mounts, Rotators, Standoffs, etc. Aircraft, Vehicle and Marine Types) (EFFECTIVE 3-1-07 THIS CLASS-ITEM INACTIVATED FOR NEW USE, REFER TO 726-16) 966-57 Offset Printing, General, Small Press Work (Quan.
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