UP FOR BID IS A : NAPA 12 POINT OFF SET BOX WRENCH 1"- 15/16" NOT USED IN NEW CONDITION . Please review the photos as they are a part of the description . THANK YOU & GOOD LUCK.......
Napa 12 Point Offset Box Wrench 1"- 15/16" Ndf212 Usa on 2040-parts.com
West Sand Lake, New York, US
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