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Pipemaster Jeep Truck Kit 2" & 1-3/4" Tube Notching Modified Off Road Dirt Track on

US $117.63

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:P-TJ Brand:Pipemaster Part Brand:PipeMaster UPC:Does Not Apply

  • PipeMaster Truck and Jeep Kit
  • Layout complicated tube joints in seconds!
  • Spring temper stainless steel pins
  • 6063 Aluminum inner shell
  • Rugged ABS housing
  • Simple to use!
    * Just press
    * transfer
    * and trace
  • Extremely accurate!
    * Good fit means good welds
  • Save time!
    * Eliminate recutting and grinding
  • Eliminate wasted material!
  • Includes: 2" & 1-3/4" tubing tools in a foam lined plastic case
  • PipeMaster Part# P-TJ

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