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Sg 3pc Professional Deutsch Terminal Release Tool Kit W/aluminum Handles #18550 on

US $44.95

Vacaville, California, US

Vacaville, California, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details:Returns will only be accepted for items that are Unused and still in the Original Packaging! Thanks Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:SG ToolAid Manufacturer Part Number:18550

SG 3pc Professional Deutsch Terminal Release Tool Kit w/Aluminum handles  #18550



  • Used for releasing Deutsch terminals
  • Can be used on 3 wire gauges 14-16 ga, 16-18 ga, 20-24 ga
  • Color coded for easy usage identity
  • Steel shafts with knurled anodized aluminum handles
  • Comes in a hook and loop closure pouch




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