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Speedway Double Ended 3/16 " Drill Bits
Speedway Double Ended 3/16 " Drill Bits

Speedway Double Ended 3/16 " Drill Bits

Hobby Stock, Karting, Micro Sprint, Midget, Mini Sprint, Quarter Midget, Sprint Car

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Speedway Double Ended 3/16 " Drill Bits
Speedway Double Ended 3/16 " Drill Bits
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  • 3/16" diameter
  • Ideal for Drilling Aluminum Body Panels
  • Hardened steel shank
  • Bag of 6
New for 2018!  Now offering value added Rivet Kits with back up washers and 3/16" drill bits.  Large head rivet kit # 916-2002 and Small head rivet kit # 916-2003

Also New for 2018!  Now offering value added Racer's Crash Repair Kit # 916-2009

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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