Kent Moore J-38125-641 Terminal Release Crimper on 2040-parts.com
Dayton, Ohio, US
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Part Brand:Kent Moore
Manufacturer Part Number:38125-641
You are bidding on a VGC Kent Moore J-38125-641 Terminal Release Crimper. For un-sealed .64mm contacts. This retails out at $200+ so save some $ here.
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