Park Tool Bt-2 Park Cable Stretcher 4th Hand Tool on 2040-parts.com
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Condition:New other (see details)
Park Tool BT-2 Fourth Hand Cable Stretcher 4th Hand Tool
This is a new condition Park BT-2 Cable Puller Fourth Hand Tool!
Commonly referred to as a “4th Hand”, the Park Tool Cable Stretcher pulls cables tight. It features one-hand operation with a thumb lock to hold the cable tight while your hand is removed to tighten pull-up bolts and nuts. Made from heat treated steel, chrome plated, and featuring cushion grips for comfort. A must for any shop, home or professional.
Spec's at manufacturer's website at parktool.com.
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