Park Tool ST-3 3-Way Socket Wrench

Park Tool ST-3 3-Way Socket Wrench
Park Tool ST-3 3-Way Socket Wrench
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ST-3 3-Way Socket Wrench by Park Tool
Keep the three most common bolt and nut sizes close by at all times with Park Tool's ST-3 Three-Way Socket Wrench. The hand-friendly 'Y' body provides leverage for stubborn 8, 9, or 10mm bolts.

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SKU: PAR0150
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