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JEGS Vise Jaw Protector for AN Hose Ends


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Vise Jaw Protector for AN Hose Ends
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Vise Jaw Protector
  • For AN Hose Ends -4 AN to -16 AN
  • High-Impact Black Nylon w/ JEGS Logo
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    Is there any kind of version of this in a metal form because it would be very useful in other applications like brass fittings and small steel fittings

    Asked by: Lance n
    This is the only version of this that we have, Many people use it to work with brass and other fitting materials.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-12-19
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