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Longacre 68528 Extended Impact Socket - 12 in.
Longacre 68528 Extended Impact Socket - 12 in.

Longacre 68528 Extended Impact Socket - 12 in.

Oval Track Cars, Demolition Derby Cars

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Longacre 68528 Extended Impact Socket - 12 in.
Longacre 68528 Extended Impact Socket - 12 in.
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  • Perfect for deep wheels
  • 12" overall
  • 6 point socket is easier on lug nuts
  • Impact grade
  • Spring pops out lug nuts
  • For 1/2" drive
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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