Nib Heyco Wrenches 5.5 X 7 Mm 700 Available on 2040-parts.com
Houston, Texas, United States
This is a part of a lot of over 14,000 wrenches and other tools. These were over $150,000 cost for the entire lot. There are 700 of this particular size, all new in the box.
Price is per piece. I will discount for larger purchases. Please inquire about shipping as I cannot set a price until I know the quantity. Want to purchase the whole lot? Please inquire.
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