Rothenberger Backnut Spanner

Product code:
5013121902189
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This Rothenberger zinc effect spanner includes 1/2, 3/4 " sizes.

  • Guarantee - 1 year
  • Sizes - 1/2, 3/4 "

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Features and benefits

For easy removal of ½ and ¾" backnuts. With holes for tommy bar. Heavy duty zinc-plated.

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Rothenberger Backnut Spanner
Brand Rothenberger
Finish Zinc effect
Height 230mm
Length 70mm
Width 70mm
Depth 40mm
Thickness 40mm
Pack quantity 1
Model 90218

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5013121902028
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