Park Tool CSB-1 Carbon Cutting Saw Blade

Park Tool CSB-1 Carbon Cutting Saw Blade
Park Tool CSB-1 Carbon Cutting Saw Blade
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CSB-1 Carbon Cutting Saw Blade by Park Tool
Carbon this, carbon that: cut it all with the Park Tool Carbon Cutting Saw Blade CSB-1. Designed for use with the Park Tool Saw-1 it also fits within the SG-8 Saw Guide.

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SKU: PAR0225
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