Valve Guide Cutter Reamer Liner Installation Tool Set Lisle 59000 Machinist Set on 2040-parts.com
San Jose, California, US
LISLE 59000 VALVE
GUIDE REAMER & INSTALLATION TOOL FOR INSTALLING VALVE GUIDES AND VALVE
GUIDE LINERS IN
GOOD USE ABLE CONDITION, BEEN IN STORAGE FOR YEARS, IS MISSING
TWO ITEMS. PLEASE REVIEW PICTURES!
LISLE 59000 VALVE GUIDE REAMER & INSTALLATION TOOL FOR INSTALLING VALVE GUIDES AND VALVE GUIDE LINERS
IN GOOD USE ABLE CONDITION, BEEN IN STORAGE FOR YEARS, IS MISSING TWO ITEMS.
PLEASE REVIEW PICTURES!
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