S & K 3/8 Drive Deep Well Sae Socket Set 3/8 To 13/16 Nos In Packaging on 2040-parts.com
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Country of Manufacture:United States
Manufacturer Part Number:4408
Brand new NOS S&K deep well socket set 3/8 to 13/16 sizes. These have been wrapped up in their original packaging for 30 years and look Brand New to this day. Just a really beautiful set from S&K when S&K really meant something. I bought these along with a 3/8 metric set back in the day and I still use the metrics every single day. They just don't wear out. I feel really bad parting with these, but they just take up space and there is probably someone out there that can really appreciate the quality craftsmanship of these sockets and put them to good use.
BTW: I only ship to the USA. Canadians, if you want to bid be sure you know that shipping to Canada from this location is EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE!
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