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Stoner 95141 Invisible Glass Windshield Chip Repair Kit (glass Care) Cxx on 2040-parts.com

C $35.02
Location:

Delta, British Columbia, Canada

Delta, British Columbia, Canada
Condition:New UPC:793165951415 MODEL:95141 BRAND:Stoner MPN:95141

Stoner 95141 Invisible Glass Windshield Chip Repair Kit
by Stoner

Product Description
  • No mixing and cures in sunlight
  • Nylon resin chamber is rigid and will prevent leaks
  • Works on vacuum AND pressure Vacuum removes air pockets
  • Easy-to-use for even the non-DIYer
  • Made in the USA

Product Information

Technical Details

Brand

Stoner

Model

95141

Item Weight

18 g

Product Dimensions

12.2 x 5.8 x 2.5 cm

Item model number

95141

Manufacturer Part Number

95141

ASIN

B001T9CG94

Shipping Weight

18 g

 


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