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Winchester, Virginia, US

Winchester, Virginia, US
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 This torque wrench has had the batteries leak inside it. It was working good before they leaked. there is still 2 batteries stuck in there. I don't feel like taking it apart and seeing if I can get it working again. Maybe someone here can and get a good torque wrench at a great price.

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