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Positive Rake Carbide Brake Lathe Bit (0.15 Radius) Cb109-1092-23 /10 Per Box on 2040-parts.com

US $39.95
Location:

Anaheim, California, US

Anaheim, California, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Return policy details: Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Part Brand:Ammco Warranty:Yes

 Positive Rake Carbide Brake Lathe Bit (0.15 Radius) CB109-1092-23 /10 PER BOX

Fits:
Hunter- BL300 * BL500 * BL505 On The Car Lathes * OCL360 * OCL400 * OCL430MD
Kwickway and Snap-On - BDL * CBL * NDL * OCL and Kwik Lathe On The Car Rotor Brake Lathes
RELS - SW504 Swing Arm Brake Lathe

Replaces :
Ammco OEM # 40415 **Not For Use On A Ammco Lathe. Ammco Part Number Referenced For Other Brands**  


Kwikway /Snap-On OEM # 109-1092-23

 Hunter OEM # 221-639-3

 

 

 

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