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Costway 14" Rivet Gun Kit Auto Pumping Rod Riveter Thread Setting Tool w/ Rivnuts & Case New

Item# SPM15623784324 | Model# TL35155 | Added on December 11, 2019 |
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Costway 14" Rivet Gun Kit Auto Pumping Rod Riveter Thread Setting Tool w/ Rivnuts & Case New
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Description
The auto pumping rod rivet nut setter kit will save more efforts than normal rivet nut tool when riveting nuts in holes, loading and unloading rivet nuts. Benefiting from interchangeable mandrels and 70 pcs rivet nuts, the riveter provides customizable solutions to wide range of riveting applications. Designed with quick-change mechanism, the rivet nut tool provides easier and more efficient change of mandrels and nosepieces. Adopting heavy-duty carbon steel and aluminum alloy, the rivet nut tool ensures solid construction. In addition, rustproof surface can prevent the rivet nut tool from corrosion to offer prolonged service time. What’s more, ergonomic long arm will help generate more torque when you are pressing handle. More advantages of the rivet nut tool are there for you to tap into.

Features:
Auto pumping rod design, more labor-saving and efficient
Can be applied in wide range of riveting applications
Top level configuration provide reliable using experience
Each mandrel with 10 pcs rivet nuts will satisfy different demands
Rivet nuts stored in independent package are easy for you to distinguish
Quick-change head allows you to replace mandrels and nose pieces effortlessly
Ergonomic U-shaped handle is comfortable and anti-slip
Carbon steel and aluminum alloy body, prevent corrosion and rust
Carrying case provides exquisite protection, convenient storage

Specifications?
Color: As picture shows
Material: Carton Steel, Aluminum Alloy, PVC
Riveter Dimension: 13.5"X 5.5" ... read more
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