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PostSubject: Want list: VamPliers   Thu Apr 18, 2013 4:53 pm

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Vampire Tools is driven by helping its customers solve difficult problems by providing unique, dependable, and very high quality tools. We go to lengths to find tools all over the world which are suitable for unique applications. Vampire Tools want to be your go-to tool supplier. And we want every one of our customers to be a satisfied customer.
Introducing - VamPLIERS™. An extraordinary plier which incorporates patented and award winning technology to solve screw extraction problems. It is the all purpose pliers with a unique feature. VamPLIERS™ are made from carbon steel produced by Kobe Steel of Japan and is best suited for strength and durability.The ergonomic handle design is suited for the grip needed to extract rusted or damaged screws where great care maybe required. A combination of vertical and horizontal serrations prevents slip and provides a strong bite to grab the problem screw. You ought to try it to believe it!


http://www.vampiretools.com/

http://www.amazon.com/VamPLIERS-VT-001-Vampliers-Screw-Pliers/dp/B006YJKAPQ/ref=aag_m_pw_dp?ie=UTF8&m=A3E8GX4AKGULPN

http://stores.ebay.com/Vampire-Professional-Tools-Intl

Or your local motorcycle dealer can order them through Tucker-Rocky (or other sources)

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