Nib Delco Distributor Point & Carburetor Adjusting Tool * 1/8" Hex Key At Tips on 2040-parts.com
Framingham, Massachusetts, US
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Manufacturer Part Number:47775
Country of Manufacture:Taiwan, Province of China
NIB DELCO DISTRIBUTOR POINT & CARBURETOR ADJUSTING TOOL * 1/8" Hex Key at TIPS - Hard to find Part - for Adjusting & Setting
Sealed - OLDER PACKAGING - SOME TEARS on Packaging But This is sealed & NEW
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