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US $300.00
Location:

Lincoln Park, New Jersey, United States

Lincoln Park, New Jersey, United States
Condition:Used

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Snap-on cooling system tester

Model # SVTS262C

The Snap-on cooling system tester is designed to test pressure caps and cooling systems for leaks on a wide variety of domestic and import vehicles. The set features a hand pump and a tester head with a 12" hose that reads in both psi and kPa, and the material in the pump head is resistant to corrosion.

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