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Adjustable Oil Filter Wrench Universal Change Remove Craftsman Heavy Duty Steel on 2040-parts.com

US $24.99
Location:

New York, New York, United States

New York, New York, United States
Condition:New Country/Region of Manufacture:United States UPC:730359169126

Product Information

Adjustable Oil Filter Wrench 


The Adjustable Oil Filter Wrench helps you get your oil filter changed quickly and easily every time. 

The wrench adjusts to grip and remove oil filters ranging in size from 2.5 to 4.75 inches (62 mm to 121 mm). 

Use your 3/8 inch square driver ratchet or your 3/4 inch wrench to turn the oil filter wrench effortlessly. As soon as you apply torque in either direction, the oil filter wrench automatically tightens allowing you to remove your oil filter with ease.

The Adjustable Oil Filter Wrench is engineered from durable steel to be hard-wearing. 

The black oxide coating prevents deterioration and rust. This wrench is built to be strong and long-lasting.


Features and Specification

Adjustable Oil Filter Wrench Features: 

  • The Adjustable Oil Filter Wrench gives you the grip you need to remove even the tightest oil filter.
  • As you apply the torque, the wrench does the work to tighten and remove your oil filter without difficulty allowing you to get the oil changed without unneeded delays.
  • Designed with heavy duty steel construction and a black oxide finish to prevent corrosion.
  • Automatically adjusts and tightens to remove your oil filter quickly.

Shipping / Return Policies (Balanced)

Adjustable Oil Filter Wrench Shipping Policies:

  • We ship to the Lower 48 States only (Does NOT include Hawaii or Alaska)
  • We cannot ship to PO Boxes/APO's
  • We cannot combine shipping.
  • No Local Pickup.

All items will be shipped directly to you from our supplier within 1-3 business days. Most items are delivered within 3-5 business days, however, please allow 3-10 business days.

All items are in stock when they are listed. Inventory is tracked and updated regularly. However, if demand exceeds our supply, we will give the customer the following options: Full refund. Have the item back ordered and shipped when it becomes available. We will offer other items in similar style and quality. Your bid / purchase of the item implies you agree to this policy.

If you have a question about a product not otherwise answered in the item description, please contact us via eBay messages first and allow us the opportunity to help you and be sure we have what you're looking for.

Adjustable Oil Filter Wrench Exchange/Return Policy:

Your satisfaction is guaranteed! If for any reason you are unhappy with your item, just return it within 14 days for a full refund, minus shipping cost. Please contact us prior to initiating a return so that we can issue you a refund authorization.

Adjustable Oil Filter Wrench Payment Policy

We require Immediate Payment. Must be an authorized address.

Adjustable Oil Filter Wrench 

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