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HIT 15" Adjustable Spud Wrench

Item #:HIT-02-ACW15
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Price:$49.00
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  • HIT 15" Adjustable Spud Wrench

    • A classic alignment tool for steel erectors, and a favorite amongst riggers for tightening and/or loosening shackle pins
    • Forged chrome vanadium steel with continuous-taper handle
    • Wrench fits nuts and bolts up to 1-3/4"
    • Eliminates the need for carrying several fixed-size wrenches
    • Black oxide finish for corrosion resistance
    • S.A.E and metric
  • MPN
    02-ACW15
    Type
    Wrenches
    Material
    Forged Steel
    Color
    Black
    Overall Length
    15-3/4"
    Jaw Opening
    1-3/4"
    Weight (lbs)
    2.2
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