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EAN-130000000000338   EAN-13 barcode 0000000000338
UPC-A000000000338   UPC-A barcode 000000000338
UPC-E00003308   UPC-E barcode 00003308
Product Name338 Coast Foundry Manufacturing 338 Cutting Plier - Lap Joint
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBaby
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B001NIWHBS
BindingBaby Product
Long Description338 Cutting Plier - Lap Joint 338 - 8 inch Cutting Plier - Lap Joint -High leverage, heavy-duty construction -Perfectly mated cutters, scientifically heat treated to hold their edge -Precision made of fine polished, high carbon drop-forged steel -Distinctive CHANNELLOCK BLUE® comfort grips. SPECIFICATIONS: Length (in): 8 Length (mm): 200 Weight (oz): 11 Weight (g): 311 Jaw Length (in): 25/32 Jaw Length (mm): 20 Joint Thickness (in): 7/16 Joint Thickness (mm): 11 Joint Width (in): 1 3/16 Joint Width (mm): 30 Cutter Length (in): 25/32 Cutter Length (mm): (in): 20
Created05-21-2015 2:39:45am
Modified09-09-2016 6:12:04am
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SHA25636feb2b50112c4db54afea67ba3919499d4f22a52a9a9dfbdc31f33ff419cedd
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