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**cheap** Snap On Solus Pro Scanner Ver. 13.2 Asian, Domestic European S&k Keys on 2040-parts.com

US $1,999.99
Location:

Houston, Texas, US

Houston, Texas, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Part Brand:SOLUS PRO SCANNER Warranty:No Country of Manufacture:United States

Snap On Solus Pro Scanner Ver. 13.2  Asian,Domestic & European

List Price $3999.95
 
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 S & K Keys & European adapters included
 
 
 

 

This Snap-on Solus Pro is in great working and cosmetic condition. It has been tested and everything works fine.
 

It comes loaded with software version 13.2 ..
 

Please Email us if you have any questions!

Includes everything pictured only

 

We purchase new and used test and measurement equipments that you or your company no longer use. We make very fair offers based on the condition/age of your equipment(s). We also do trade-ins when purchasing our equipment, feel free to inquire for a quote.

 

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