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Proform Connecting Rod Bolt Stretch Gauge Tool

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Connecting Rod Bolt Stretch Gauge Tool
$72.99
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  • Connecting Rod Bolt Stretch Gauge Tool
  • Universal Model For Rod Bolts Up To 2.75 Inches Long: Comes with Dial Indicator That Reads in 0.001 Increments
  • Made from High-Quality Steel and Features a Blue Finish
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