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Indycar Metalore Titanium Pit Socket Vaned Manual Wrench Indy 500 Dallara Lola on 2040-parts.com

US $249.00
Location:

Cross Plains, Indiana, United States

Cross Plains, Indiana, United States
Condition:Used

Indycar Metalore Titanium Pit Socket Vaned manual wrench tool Race Used . This wrench has is high end titanium vaned socket, Metalore part number101337-2. This is used by teams when manually removing the Indycar rims.One of the small vanes is broken, does not effect its use. New price is 1500.00 just for the socket, save a thousand plus dollars, race used good condition. Buyer pays 9.95 shipping.


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