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Proform 67443

Proform Carburetor Float Adjustment Tool 5/8" Socket

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Proform Carburetor Float Adjustment Tool 5/8" Socket $28.99
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Carburetor Float Adjustment Tool
  • 5/8" Socket
  • Built-in Screwdriver Blade
  • Proform 67443 Details

  • Protects Engine And Hands From Fuel Spray

  • Specifications:

    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Handle Color
    Red anodized
    Handle Material
    Aluminum
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    67443

    Easily and accurately adjusts your float level without a mess. Introducing Proform's very own, easy to use, Float Adjusting Tool. The 5/8'' socket and built-in screwdriver blade protects your engine and hands from fuel spray.

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