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9 Pieces Snap On 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Sae Sockets 1/2" Through 1" on

US $195.00

Ramona, California, US

Ramona, California, 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:Snap On Country of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:309SIMYA

I have a 9 Snap On 1/2" Drive Deep Impact SAE Sockets.  They are all 6 Point. You are getting 1/2" through 1"   There are NO previous owners ID marks on these used sockets. These sell for about 260$ new 

I am offering free shipping to the USA! 

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