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Craftsman Upholstery Remover

Item# 00904929000P | Model# 4929 | Added on October 2, 2015 |
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Craftsman Upholstery Remover
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This Craftsman Upholstery Remover tool engages and quickly removes a variety of body and trim fasteners. Square groove design for easier fastener removal. Pop out plastic trim clips easily, while minimizing damage to panels. Bent shank provides additional leverage to easily remove difficult trim fasteners. 
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By gr8f1
November 4th, 2016
Excellent tool for its purpose

Even though this is another made in China Craftsman tool, it is more than adequate for its intended purpose. This style of tool is very, very handy for removing those pesky plastic panel holders from trim and fender liners, ect. I'm going to file a deeper centered narrower channel to lift the center pin from two piece plastic fasteners making it even more versatile.

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Had ordered this but never got it. Sears canceled my order, and never told me. Got a refund on my Master Card, but lost $15.09 in points that Sears that wouldn't give back.

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Useful with today's snap together cars


Purchased to help remove trim and door panels of modern vehicles. Screwdrivers have messed up far to many of those crappy plastic fasteners than I care to admit.

Hope this does a better job.

Feels solid, good grip.

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