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Matco Of29900 Adjustable Claw Type Spring Loaded Oil Filter Pliers Oil Wrench on 2040-parts.com

US $48.00
Location:

Bethlehem, Georgia, United States

Bethlehem, Georgia, United States

From what I can tell OF29900 is the correct Matco part number for these oil filter pliers. The tool does not have the part number stamped and I do not have original packaging if there was any. I included the measurements in the pictures to insure you know the size of this set. These are the most common size for regular auto and light truck oil filters. The teeth are super sharp for awesome gripping power in tight spaces.

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