Snap-on Non-Marring Pry Tool Allows Service Technicians Access to Tight Spots
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Snap-on Non-Marring Pry Tool Allows Service Technicians Access to Tight Spots

Snap-on’s new five-piece non-marring pry tool set (PBN500) will be a must-get for service technicians once they see how many different jobs it can perform in the shop while greatly reducing the possibility of damaging work surfaces ….

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Snap-on’s new five-piece non-marring pry tool set (PBN500) will be a must-get for service technicians once they see how many different jobs it can perform in the shop while greatly reducing the possibility of damaging work surfaces.

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“Our new five-piece non-marring pry tool is ideal for service technicians when removing molding clips, power seat and window buttons and gaskets as well as many other popular applications,” said Bryan Hantke, product manager for Snap-on. “Each tool in the set features a handle with a crown that can be tapped into place to allow techs to insert the working end in tight places – a feature not offered by the competition – providing control with power so techs never have to compromise.”

The five-piece, non-marring pry tool set from Snap-on includes: a wedge tool with a narrow point for reaching in narrow spaces (PBN1); a wide sticker and gasket scraper (PBN2); a narrow-forked pry bar, ideal for removing door panels and grommets (PBN3); a wide-forked pry bar (PBN5) and a flat-forked tool for straight access (PBN7). The non-marring pry bars are made of glass-filled nylon and molded for ideal strength and flexibility, greatly reducing the possibility of damage to work surfaces.

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Customers can find out more about the five-piece, non-marring pry tool set by contacting their local Snap-on franchisee, visiting www.snapon.com or by calling toll free 877-SNAPON-2 (877-762-7662).

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