I bought this Air ratchet from the Matco truck and I didn't use it because I got another one as a gift. Unfortunately, the truck guy won’t take it back so I’m stuck with it. I posted on eBay for about 80 dollars cheaper than what I paid. So my loss is your gain. It’s brand new and it comes with:
· 1/4" Air ratchet, and Matco Original box.
· User Operation instruction manual.
· Warranty registration card.
· Quick disconnect air piece.
Keep in mind you are not paying any taxes, which is saving you more money. For the same item you getting from the Matco truck.
Please refer to picture for further information.
Thanks for stopping by please let me know if you have any questions.
Mt2814 Matco 1/4" Air Ratchet Mechanic Tools on 2040-parts.com
Overland Park, Kansas, US
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