20 Ton A - Frame Hydraulic Heavy Duty Floor Shop Press on 2040-parts.com
Granger, Iowa, US
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BRAND NEW 20 TON A-FRAME INDUSTRIAL HEAVY DUTY FLOOR PRESS DELIVERED TO YOU!
Free Pair of Press Plates with Purchase
Professional precision shop press is the strongest design on the market. Pin and channel tolerances are accurate to thousandths of an inch. Bed adjusts in 3-1/2'' increments.Patent pending. Press plates included.
- Capacity: 20 ton
- Width between channels: 14-1/2''
- Working range: 2-3/4'' to 23-3/4''
- Overall height: 61''
- Tool weight: 132 lbs.
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