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Snap On Tools Metric Offset Box End Wrench Set With Tray 10 To 19 Mm on 2040-parts.com

US $112.50
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If you need a new set of offset box end wrenches from snap on, these are nice and new. The plastic has been removed but the wrenches have not been used. The set is the standard Snap On from 10 to 19 mm.

 

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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