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No Reserve Snap On 6-12 Volt Timing Light Model Mt-215b on 2040-parts.com

US $19.99
Location:

Enfield, Connecticut, US

Enfield, Connecticut, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:SNAP ON Manufacturer Part Number:M215 Country of Manufacture:United States

I have a Snap-on timing light in good working used condition. It has been tested and works as it should. It is a MT215B 6-12 volt timing light with S/N I26177. The cords are soft and pliable in good shape with no frays or cuts. The springs on all clamps are strong. I also have the MT715 dwell meter listed as well in another listing.

I tried to show the condition in the pictures, so if you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

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