Electric Life 99040 Details
Shaved Door Handle Kit Accessories
366-99040 Narrow Door Solenoid offers 1 1/2" of piston travel, 45LBS of pulling force, 1/16" pre-stretched stainless-steel cable, red moisture-resistant rubber boot, heavy-duty internal coil and best of all requires only 1 3/4" of internal door clearance. Packaged with all the necessary hardware, the Slim Solenoid can be used with any shaved door handle system or can be purchased in several of Electric-Lifes shaved door kits.
A Complete, Easy Install Shaved Handle Door Kits
Give your ride the ultimate smooth look with Electric Life's Complete Shaved Door Handle Kits. Take the hassle out of the complicated fabrication and wiring of shaving door handles. With multiple configurations, Electric Life has the exact kit you're looking for.
Shaved Handle Door Kits
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Does it require AC or DC power?
Is this solenoid a push or pull. and can they be used in a wet area?
is it available in 12 volt? what are the dimensions?
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Ships on 11/26/18
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