Progress Lighting P8601-104 Stem Extension Kit with 2-12-Inch and 2-15-Inch Stems Included, Polished Nickel

Progress Lighting P8601-104 Stem Extension Kit with 2-12-Inch and 2-15-Inch Stems Included, Polished Nickel

  • Polished Nickel Finish
  • Use stems in any combination to achieve desired overall length
  • Size: 54-Inch Length, 1/2-Inch Width, (2) 12-Inch & (2) 15-Inch Height
  • Use only with Progress Lighting or Thomasville Lighting fixtures
  • Progress Lighting has over 5,000 lighting fixtures offered in our catalog, the largest single source for residential and commercial lighting

Progress Lighting P8601-104 Stem extension kit with 2-12″ and 2-15″ stems included. Polished Nickel Not UL listed. Polished Nickel Accessory Stem Kit Stem extension kit for use with mini-pendant fixture for installation on higher ceilings. Includes (2) 12 in. and (2) 15 in. stems and threaded connectors. Polished Nickel finish Use stems in any combination to achieve desired overall length. 1/2 In. Diameter x 54 In. Height Use only with Progress Lighting or Thomasville Lighting fixtures.

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