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Wrench, Adjustable, Heat Treated Alloy Steel, Chrome Plated, 24mm Jaw Opening, 150mm

AC16 - Wrench, Adjustable, Heat Treated Alloy Steel, Chrome Plated, 24mm Jaw Opening, 150mm

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Manufacturer:
CRESCENT CRESCENT
Manufacturer Part No:
AC16
Newark Part No.:
52F9056
Product Range
AC Series
Also Known As:
GTIN UPC EAN: 037103461803
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Product Information

:
6"
:
15/16"
:
AC Series
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Product Overview

The AC16 is a 6-inch Adjustable Wrench with polished head and regular satin finished non-cushion handle. The wide capacity jaw allows each tool to work with more fastener sizes. It is suitable for professional and home use.
  • Wider handle provides more comfort and less stress to the hand
  • Tension spring stabilizes jaw and knurl adjusts easily
  • Alloy steel and heat treated
  • Proportioned dimensions for greatest strength and minimum weight
  • Chrome plated finish resists rust and corrosion

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Maintenance & Repair

Also Known As

GTIN UPC EAN: 037103461803

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