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Intercomp Scales 15" Model Sw1 on 2040-parts.com

US $675.00
Location:

Denver, North Carolina, United States

Denver, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Intercomp Manufacturer Part Number:N/A Warranty:No

INTERCOMP DIGITAL SCALES

  • Model #SW1
  • PN 100331
  • Serial #23032768
  • 6000 lb capacity
  • Scale pads 15"x15"
  • Cables and ends all in good condition
  • This is a nice set of used scales
  • Work perfectly
  • Save yourself some money at this great price!
  • Good condition
  • NOTE:  Will need to ship in 3 separate boxes in order to get them to you safely.  Send zip code and we'll calculate your shipping cost for you.

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