Pratt Whitney Radial Engine Cylinder Nut Wrench - Serv on 2040-parts.com
Redondo Beach, California, United States
Brand:Pratt & Whitney
Manufacturer Part Number:PWA2694
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Here is 1 each of PRATT WHITNEY P/N: PWA2694 WRENCH, CYLINDER HOLD DOWN NUT in GOD SERVICEABLE SURPLUS condition. This WRENCH is used on Pratt Whitney R2000 series engines. A triple square wrench used with 3/8" drive extension to assemble & disassemble cylinder hold down nuts.***Always review your engine manual for correct application.*** As always this is an "Original" PRATT WHITNEY MFG'D item. *** See our other auctions for more "Special" tools and items. **** If you are winning bidder, please wait til we send invoice that will include shipping cost. The amount seen ( by E-Bay ) is usually wrong. **** If you live in California we will need to add sales tax ****
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