Pico 0660T Weatherpack Extractor Tools, Set of 3
- Engineered to easily release and extract GM, Ford and Chrysler OEM terminals from their WeatherPak housings
- Will also release lock tab on Packard 56 and Pak Con terminals
- The narrow extractor pick is .05" and the wide extractor is .09"
- Comes in a pack of 3 and have color coated handles for easy identification
Easily Releases and Extracts GM, Ford and Chrysler OEM terminals from their WeatherPak housings. Also releases lock tab on Packard 56 and Pak Con terminals.
- Extractor tool
- Narrow Extractor Pick- .05"
- Wide Extractor Pick- .09"
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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