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Heavy duty ratchet handle M8 male stainless steel thread
Heavy duty ratchet handle M8 male stainless steel thread
11.92p

Modular Tool Rest Crossbar 4"
[766/4]

13.23p

Hard Steel Crossbar fits suitable stem to form a very useful short rest for your small projects. 4 inches or 100mm long, threaded to fit stem.
Stem takes various sizes and shapes of interchangeable blades to give a range of useful tool rests. Toolrest blades or crossbars are case hardened so the tools slide nicely along and do not score the top surface.
If you order a stem to go with it, please specify the diameter of stem required.

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 09 April, 2010.
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