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Ir Ingersoll Rand Model 2906p Air Impact Wrench 1/2 In Drive Little Or No Use on 2040-parts.com

US $199.99
Location:

Rockbridge, Ohio, US

Rockbridge, Ohio, US
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DESCRIPTION :IR Ingersoll Rand Model 2906P Air impact wrench 1/2 in drive Showing little or No Use. I am listing this as used, but from looking at the drive end this does not appear to have been used, it does however have writing on it, and some dings to the surface, as shown. It has some minor rust on some of the screwheads, but is in good working order. Runs and sounds good.

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