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Miller Speciality Special Tools 2005 Dr/dh Essential Tools #9691 Box 1 Of 2 Only on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

Muskegon, Michigan, US

Muskegon, Michigan, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:MILER SPECIALTY TOOLS Manufacturer Part Number:9691 BOX 1 OF 2 Warranty:No Country of Manufacture:United States

ITEM:

MILLER SPECIALITY SPECIAL TOOLS 2005 DR/DH ESSENTIAL TOOLS

PART NUMBER: 9691 BOX 1 OF 2 ONLY

MSRP: 185.33

CONDITION:

THIS AUCTION IS FOR A MILLER SPECIAL SPECIALTY TOOLS KIT. KIT INCLUDES FOLLOWING ESSENTIAL SPECIAL SERVICE TOOLS:

.. WE DO NOT WARRANTY ANY PARTS WHAT SO EVER. SAVE TONS OF MONEY COMPARED TO DEALER LIST PRICES!!! EVEN IF YOUR UNIT IS STILL GOOD, IT IS GOOD TO KNOW THAT YOU HAVE A SPARE PART. GOOD LUCK!!!

Please feel free to make an offer! Every offer received is seriously considered!

 

 

My Company did the Removal Service and acquired this item and many more, watch upcoming auctions for additional items.

 

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Please make sure you know what you are bidding on before you bid

You will get what is shown in the pictures item does not include any other accessories

 

I DO NOT CLEAN, TINKER, OR MESS WITH ANY OF THE ITEMS I GET IN, I AM NOT AN EXPERT ON THESE ITEMS IN ANY WAY, SO PLEASE DO NOT FAULT ME FOR NOT BEING THE ALL KNOWING SELLER. I DESCRIBE THE ITEMS AS BEST AS I CAN, BUT YOU WILL STILL HAVE TO DO SOME OF YOUR OWN RESEARCH ON THE ITEMS AS WELL.

 

I GOT THIS FROM A COMPANY THAT DOWNSIZED. THESE ARE ITEMS FROM THEIR CLEANOUT

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MOST ITEMS ARE SHIPPED IN 24HR. OF SALE !!!

Will combine shipping.

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BUYING AS DESCRIBED !!!!

ITEM IS SOLD AS IS NO REFUNDS.

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