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Steck Manufacturing 20016 Right Angle Seam Buster
Steck Manufacturing 20016 Right Angle Seam Buster
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Model 20016
Brand Steck
Manufacturer Steck Manufacturing
ReleaseDate 2014-07-26

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Steck Manufacturing Right Angle SeamBuster is designed to allow the body shop technician to gain easy access to the hard to reach pinchwelds. It facilitates the usage of bi-directional hammer on the quarter panels, rockers and any other pinchweld. This seambuster is made from a super tough alloy steel and has a cushioned handle that absorbs the shock. It saves the technician up to 15 minutes per panel replacement.
Binding Automotive
Brand Steck
Department Tools
EAN 0717290003559
Feature For quarter panels, rockers and any other pinchweld,Sharpened on two edges allowing for penetration between panels and the side edge allows for side impact to drive the panels apart without damage,Super tough alloy steel,Cushioned handle absorbs shock,90 degree end to easily separate hard-to-reach spotwelded or bonded panels
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Label Steck Manufacturing
Manufacturer Steck Manufacturing
ManufacturerPartsWarrantyDescription Parts
Model 20016
MPN 20016
NumberOfItems 1
ProductGroup Automotive Parts and Accessories
Publisher Steck Manufacturing
ReleaseDate 2014-07-26
SKU 38509
Studio Steck Manufacturing
Title Steck Manufacturing 20016 Right Angle Seam Buster
UPC 717290003559

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Steck Manufacturing Right Angle Seam Buster

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