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Crowbar Hexagonal Lasher 18"

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$14.90

A steel crowbar is the perfect tool for a wide range of jobs. Use it as a lever to open wooden crates, remove nails or just to pry apart boards when you’re doing a bit of demolition work.

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Product overview

Product Overview

A steel crowbar is the perfect tool for a wide range of jobs. Use it as a lever to open wooden crates, remove nails or just to pry apart boards when you’re doing a bit of demolition work. The rabbit teeth at one end and the flat chisel at the other will give you plenty of options to get what you need done and fast. Made from high alloy hexagonal steel stock with tempered ends, this sturdy crowbar will last for years. Perfect for DIY or professional use. Comes with 2 year Trade Tested Warranty.

FEATURES
- Flat hardened chisel end
- Rabbit teeth end
- Hex shank with gooseneck
- Strong and durable

SPECIFICATIONS
- 18” Length (46cm)
- 1.2 kg Weight
- Made from High Alloy Hexagonal Steel

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