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Robinair By Borroughs Tools 10240 Universal Belt Tension Gauge 30-180 Lbs on

US $74.99

Bremen, Indiana, US

Bremen, Indiana, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:ROBINAIR BY BORROUGHS Manufacturer Part Number:10240 Country of Manufacture:United States

 30-180 LBS

This is in good used condition. This came from a friends garage that his family has asked me to liquidate his tools that they have no use for.

Please keep a eye on my auctions as I have just purchased a large amount of machinist tools and mechanic tools. I will be listing vintage collectible and like new tools along and other misc good items.


Buyer to pay fixed shipping and handling of $9.99 for the 48 continental states. Others please e-mail me for shipping charges. Payment to be made within SEVEN DAYS of auction closing.


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