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Astro Pneumatic 500et Adhesive Removal Tool Only on

US $59.61

Livonia, Michigan, United States

Livonia, Michigan, United States
Condition:New Brand:Astro Pneumatic MPN:500ET

A specialty tool developed for the reomval of pinstripes, adhesive, double-sided tape, and moldings with Astro's Rapid Eraser® Pad.Similar to a die grinder but with special characteristicsThis tool operates at two different speeds to accommodate different uses Low Speed (2,000RPM) for ehanced pinstripe removal allows for rapid removal of pinstripes and adhesives without damaging the paint beneath it. High Speed (4,000RPM) promotes rapid removal of double-sided tape and decals.

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