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Storm Digital Brake Drum Gauge Model# 3b530 In Case on

US $19.99

Marianna, Florida, US

Marianna, Florida, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Return policy details:Returns will only be accepted if item is defective or misrepresented Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Part Brand:Storm Manufacturer Part Number:3B530

 this is a brand new storm digital brake drum gauge.
Digital brake drum gauge from Storm lets user easily measure drums up to 20.65in. in diameter. Clear digital display.

    Works on brake drums up to 20.65in. (500mm)
    Two pointed anvils for checking grooves
    Selectable depth stops for checking bell mouth and to ensure a level, accurate measurement
    Easy-to-read digital display in both inches and millimeters

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