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Tire Repair Tool, Clasp Type Strong Torque Tyre Repair Grinder,

$36

Tire Repair Tool, Clasp Type Strong Torque Tyre Repair Grinder,

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Product description

Features:
100% brand new and high quality
Application: it can be used for grinding and polishing the camber surface of tire, rubber products, hardware technology, stone and other materials
Compressed air for power, energy saving and environmental protection
Features low speed and strong torque, suitable for deep processing
The air hose + quick connector, can change the operation station at any time, without the limit of operation position


Specification:
Automobile tire polishing machine pneumatic
Speed: 2500 RPM
Diameter of grinding wheel: 54.5mm
Chuck specification: clasp type
Chuck size: hex shank11mm
Diameter: 39mm/1.5in
Inlet port: 1/4 inch
Air hose length: 420mm
Weight: Approx.1280g/45.2oz
 
Package list:
1 x Tire Repair Tool


Note:

Please note that American joint will be different, please confirm compatibility before ordering.

Tire Repair Tool, Clasp Type Strong Torque Tyre Repair Grinder,

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