Mac 1/2 Inch Drive Socket # Vm 27- 2 12 Point Shallow / Short 27mm Usa on 2040-parts.com
Cape Coral, Florida, US
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Manufacturer Part Number:VM 27-2
Country of Manufacture:United States
This is for a MAC Socket # VM 27- 2 12 point 1/2 inch drive shallow / short .
Made in the USA.
This is in good used condition.
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The tools I list are from my brother who was a mechanic for over 40 years (mostly for Ford Motor) All are used and a little dirty but in good working order.
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