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Hi-shear Corp. Hlk10 Kit Collar Removal Tool on 2040-parts.com

US $300.00
Location:

Clermont, Florida, United States

Clermont, Florida, United States
This kit is in good working condition, used to remove installed Hi-Lok or Hi-Lok/Hi-Tigue threaded collars without damaging Hi-Lok Pins
Brand:Hi-Shear Corp. Manufacturer Part Number:HLK10

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