For Sale / Perfect Equipments Inc. Wheel Tempering Unit / Alberta

Hagen
@hagen
02/02/17 12:35:24PM
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For Sale is a Perfect Equipments Inc. Wheel Tempering Unit.

The Unit is in good Condition.

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No enrobing Conveyor with Unit.

8000 CAD

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