Pedro's Ratcheting Combo Wrench Set

Pedro's Ratcheting Combo Wrench Set
Pedro's Ratcheting Combo Wrench Set
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Ratcheting Combo Wrench Set by Pedro's
When you're gearing up for some serious shop time, make sure you have Pedros Ratcheting Combo Wrench Set at the ready. While the open-ends of these wrenches get stuff done like normal, the box end ratchets to help you tighten and loosen bolts in seconds.

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SKU: PED0070
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