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Tool Roll Up Black Vinyl

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Tool Roll Up Black Vinyl

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Product Name Price Qty
Tool Roll Up Black Vinyl 7 Pockets
$47.00
Tool Roll Up Black Vinyl 11 Pockets
$48.00
Tool Roll Up Black Vinyl 13 Pockets
$52.00

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Macron Safety Nut and Tool Bags are designed to stay open for easy access with a rubber-gloved hand. They can be ordered with a variety of attachment methods: a quick release snap, belt loops or a D-ring and snap assembly on webbing straps. Each bag is made of heavy-duty canvas or vinyl nylon fabric and has a small drain hole reinforced with a grommet.

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Model MS-TRUBV
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 7 to 10 Days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No

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