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Earls 230420ERL Hose End Wrench, Hex Size 1-13/16, Nut Size 20, Gold
Earls 230420ERL Hose End Wrench, Hex Size 1-13/16, Nut Size 20, Gold

Earls 230420ERL Hose End Wrench, Hex Size 1-13/16, Nut Size 20, Gold

0.8125 " AN Nut Hex Size, Anodized, Aluminum, 20 AN AN Nut Size, Gold

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Earls 230420ERL Hose End Wrench, Hex Size 1-13/16, Nut Size 20, Gold
Earls 230420ERL Hose End Wrench, Hex Size 1-13/16, Nut Size 20, Gold
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MFG. Part #:
230420ERL
AN Nut Hex Size:
0.8125 "
Finish:
Anodized
Material Type:
Aluminum
AN Nut Size:
20 AN
GTIN Code:
021432530347
Color:
Gold

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These wrenches are specifically designed for use with Earl's fittings and hose ends. The short handles allow usage in cramped areas and discourages over-tightening. Color coded for quick size identification. Reduces damage to aluminum.

  • Use w/Fittings and Hose Ends
  • Short Handles
  • Use In Cramped Areas
  • Discourages Over-Tightening
  • Reduces Damage To Aluminum
  • Color Coded
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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