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Old 07-02-2005, 07:56:31 PM
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somewhere i have read about a list of what i.h.c. wrench goes to what equipment does anyone know about this list and where i can find a copy thanks harry alan
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Alan: The contact information is:

Mr. Gilbert A. Irps
3156 Old Waldron Rd.
Kankakee, Il 60901


Send him a SSAE and he will send you what the current price is for the IHC list.

Sure has a lot of information in it.

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Put IHC wrench* in the search box above.

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thanks to paul and harry maybe ill soon know what my i.h.c. wrenches are for
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