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Kent Moore J-38125-643 Terminal Release Crimper on 2040-parts.com

US $74.99
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Dayton, Ohio, US

Dayton, Ohio, US
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You are bidding on a Kent Moore J-38125-643 Terminal Release Crimper. This crimper is in excellent condition. For sealed and non sealed .64mm Termainals.


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