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Ampro Professional Hand Tool Swivel Handle Oil Filter Remover Wrench on

US $1.25

Miami, Florida, US

Miami, Florida, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:AmPro Professional Warranty:No Country of Manufacture:Unknown

This auction is for a pre-owned AmPro Professional Hand Tool Swivel Handle Oil Filter Remover Wrench.  Please see pictures detailing condition and sizes.  Remove spin-on types of oil filters with ease with this swivel wrench.  It features a 90 degree swivel to access confined spaces. 

The item(s) will be shipped to the winning bidder via United States Postal Service (USPS) to anywhere in the continental United States. Payment must be received within three (3) days of winning bid. Item will ship the same day or the next business day after payment is received. This item is being sold in “AS IS” condition. 

I typically do not offer refunds because the items I list for auction are either new, previously owned by myself, tested by myself (if used), in working condition or specifically listed “for parts”. I attempt to make an accurate description of the item. The second reason that I do not offer refunds is because there are many fees (eBay and PayPal) that need to be paid out by a seller once an item is sold which sometimes results in a loss. Lastly, I do not offer refunds because I do not know what happens to the item once it leaves my home. I have always encouraged bidders to ask questions and I continue to encourage bidders to ask questions and I will try to answer them as best I can. Again, I apologize for having to incorporate this policy but it needs to be done to discourage unethical eBayers. Please refer to my history of testimonials when making your bidding decision as those are true representations of my transactions. Thanks for looking and happy bidding!

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