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Tire Groover Cutter Grooving Iron Extra Head And Blades on 2040-parts.com

US $115.95
Location:

Prairie Grove, Arkansas, United States

Prairie Grove, Arkansas, United States
Condition:New Brand:Bryke Racing Part Brand:Ideal Manufacturer Part Number:902-000 UPC:Does Not Apply Surface Finish:Grooving Iron

  • Ideal Tire Groover
  • Heating Capacity of 250 watts
  • Plugs into standard 110 volt outlet
  • Cord Length: 7 foot
  • Complete with #4 Head & (12) #4 Blades standard
  • Blade width (.215 wide)
  • Additional size #3 Head & (12) #3 Blades included with order
  • Note:Includes as standard #4 head and blades, it will also come with #3 head and blades
  • You may choose one other size in place of the #3 head and blades. Leave a note in the payment box or send an email stating the size of head and blade combo you would like, otherwise it will ship with a #3 head and blades
  • Brand New
  • Bryke Racing Part# 902-000


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