MKT003 Car Door Panel Remover Body Retainer Clip Auto Trim Upholstery Pry Hand Tool

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  • Removes plastic hold-down fastener
  • Comes in skin-pack
  • Use button to protect vehicle surface
  • For quickly releasing door panel and upholstery clips.
  • Reduce damage to panels and loss of clips.
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Product Description

 

High Quality
Manufactured from heat-treated carbon steel with chrome plated finish;with a red, square, polypropylene, handle. Reinforced rod and handle for extra longevity

Function

Removes plastic fasteners.

Can also be used to quickly release door panels or upholstery clips.

Wide Variety of Applications

This tool can be used on any vehicle to remove plastic style clips.

Practical

This tool can be used for many applications in the garage or home.

Technical Details

Manufacturer MAKOTOOLS
Part Number MKT003
Item Weight 4.8 ounces
Package Dimensions 11.81 x 4.72 x 2.36 inches
Item model number MKT003
Power Source Hand Powered
Item Package Quantity 1
Included Components NO
Batteries Required? No

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David C.
Used it one time

I bought this tool to use to assist in removing the coil packs from my F150 3.5L engine. The tool performed as expected. The handle could be better, a few sharp edges which I sandpapered off.

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David C.
Used it one time

I bought this tool to use to assist in removing the coil packs from my F150 3.5L engine. The tool performed as expected. The handle could be better, a few sharp edges which I sandpapered off.

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David C.
Used it one time

I bought this tool to use to assist in removing the coil packs from my F150 3.5L engine. The tool performed as expected. The handle could be better, a few sharp edges which I sandpapered off.

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Texas☆Caver
Nice tool

Worked well on my last engine repair

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Texas☆Caver
Nice tool

Worked well on my last engine repair