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Grease Monkey General Purpose Work Glove (large) 20103-23 on 2040-parts.com

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Longville, Minnesota, United States

Longville, Minnesota, United States
Brand new pair no tags
SKU:1062133 Manufacturer Part Number:20103-23 Brand:Grease Monkey UPC:731919201034

These Nylon Large Grease Monkey General Purpose Work Gloves are great for mechanical and other tasks. The adjustable wrist strap provides a snug fit, and nylon and spandex materials enhance your dexterity.

  • Palm padding
  • Nylon and spandex for dexterity
  • Large size
  • Adjustable wrist strap
  • Machine washable

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