Snap-on 3/8" Drive 12 Mm Drive 6-point Deep Socket Sfsm12 Unused Exc on 2040-parts.com
West Lafayette, Indiana, US
Snap-on 3/8" drive 12 mm drive 6-point DEEP socket SFSM12 in Excellent barely used condition. No owner markings.
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