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S.i.c.kits Windshield Chip Repair Bridge With O-ring Injector on 2040-parts.com

US $124.99
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Tempe, Arizona, United States

Tempe, Arizona, United States
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This specially designed Windshield Repair Bridge is Aluminum anodized in Chrome to last you a lifetime. It is lightweight and compact with it's aerodynamic design making it extremely convenient to take on location. Also included is our efficient O-Ring injector. You will only need to use one drop of resin at a time with the S.I.C.Kits bridge and injector. It comes with one Black and one Brown O-Ring making it ready to use. 

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