Snap On Tools Metric Box End Wrench Set With Tray on 2040-parts.com
APO, Armed Forces Europe, The Middle East, & , US
Part Brand:Snap On
Country of Manufacture:United States
My boss bought this set a couple of years ago, put it in his desk drawer and forgot about them. The other day he just hands them to me and says I can have them. The 13/15 mm is missing and I wish I had a cool story to go with this but I don't. In any case if you need a new set of box end wrenches from snap on, these are nice and new. The plastic has been stripped back to pull out the 13/15 mm wrench but the others from 10 to 19 mm remain. I'll start them off cheap and hope as always that you bid often and bid high.
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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