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Performance Tool M849 SAE Lug Nut 1 Inch Impact Socket, 1/2 Inch Drive
Performance Tool M849 SAE Lug Nut 1 Inch Impact Socket, 1/2 Inch Drive

Performance Tool M849 SAE Lug Nut 1 Inch Impact Socket, 1/2 Inch Drive

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Performance Tool M849 SAE Lug Nut 1 Inch Impact Socket, 1/2 Inch Drive
Performance Tool M849 SAE Lug Nut 1 Inch Impact Socket, 1/2 Inch Drive
Performance Tool M849 SAE Lug Nut 1 Inch Impact Socket, 1/2 Inch Drive
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  • Made from strong and durable vanadium steel
  • Engineered to fit the common 1" race lug nuts
  • Will fit a 1/2" drive and has a common 6 point head
  • Measures a total of 3" in overall length

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GTIN Code:
039564520495

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Wheel Nut 1 Inch Impact Socket, 1/2 Inch Drive

  • SAE, Black
  • Strong and durable vanadium steel
  • 1/2" drive 
  • 6-Point
  • deep well impact socket 
  • fits the common 1" race lug nuts
  • 3" long overall

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