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Machinist Lathe Armstrong Spanner Wrench No. 472 Adjustable Or 454 Or 418 Choose on

US $29.80

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

 This sale is for one Spanner wrench at a time..It's mainly for the Large Armstrong No. 472 1-1/4" to 3" adjustable one..If you want one of the smaller ones, or a combination of what I have here, send me an honest offer of what you want..After the first on, the rest will have FREE shipping to you..So stock up now..I also have 2 other Ebay ads for other lathe wrenches..I will even mix and match between the sales to still only charge for the shipping on your first item..Here is their Titles...Check them out too Please..I will ship right away.


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