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Snap On Extension 3/8 Drive Fx 6 5 3/4 Inch Long Underlined Old Logo on 2040-parts.com

US $9.95
Location:

Cape Coral, Florida, US

Cape Coral, Florida, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Return policy details:Please let me know within 3 days if you will be returning this item, thank-you. Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Part Brand:Snap On Manufacturer Part Number:FX 6 Country of Manufacture:United States

This is for a Snap On Extension FX 6 5 3/4 inch long . Old Logo, underlined.

Marked.. FX 6

made in the USA.

This is in good used condition, showing some rusty spots, still work great.

NO OWNER ENGRAVINGS.

The tools I list are from my brother who was a mechanic for over 40 years (mostly for Ford Motor) All are used and a little dirty but in good working order.

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I will combine shipping, just let me know and then wait until you are finished shopping with me to pay.

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