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Dimarzio cliplock strap. 2 inch nylon blue strap. Large replacement fixing screws and washers. Slightly tatty , 1980s strap- see photos for conditionAC83616F-E32B-4DF7-8C08-4C84B4C157B0.thumb.jpeg.3f1a5767277a5024483a0f79317149a7.jpegEA3BA798-0EF5-4155-9892-7AC0CAB3CE65.thumb.jpeg.0570d4a3a5d0a78efa8a52971b5e9fc4.jpeg0EB472AF-06CC-45F9-A7B6-FCC5202DF3D0.thumb.jpeg.d2316a689b5099dc8e159eb32c7d6220.jpegD5D28FB2-4644-4152-AAD6-2804C0714C07.thumb.jpeg.f38d26c187f94092ff0d362d808afb36.jpeg2BBE4A20-D8D5-4B5C-9447-EC69A8D874DB.thumb.jpeg.dd7327ada6dacae94e4d4543735188b7.jpeg

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