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Intercomp 102144 Digital Angle Gauge
Intercomp 102144 Digital Angle Gauge

Intercomp 102144 Digital Angle Gauge

Oval Track Cars

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Intercomp 102144 Digital Angle Gauge
Intercomp 102144 Digital Angle Gauge
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New digital angle finder reads from 0° to 90° in .05° increments.  Large backlit LCD display rotates characters 180°.  Measures 2.25" square, has magnetic base, and uses a 9-volt battery.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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