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Capri Tools Brake Pad Spreader And Piston Compressor Tool on

US $9.00

Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, United States

Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New UPC:886352210065 Manufacturer Part Number:CP21006 Brand:Capri Tools


Replace your pads faster by compressing your inner brake pad and resetting the piston;Apply maximum torque with this tool's large handle and slip resistant grip;A 2 piece, heavy-duty construction makes this product highly durable;Light trucks and domestic cars are all compatible with this tool;High carbon steel and Chrome-Vanadium steel are mixed to create this corrosion resistant tool

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