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Norco 50-Ton Shop Press Accessory Kit - NOR-78060
Norco 50-Ton Shop Press Accessory Kit - NOR-78060 
Norco Accessory Kit for 50-ton-capacity shop presses includes a pair of arbor plates (78056A), as well as a "V" pushing adapter (78062), 1.25"-diameter ram (78064), 1"-diameter ram (78063), bearing puller (78066), and a threaded adapter (78059) with ram cap (78061). Note: Freight charges for this product will be calculated after order is placed, and we will contact you with the amount. Please call if freight quote is desired before ordering. Norco charges a limited access fee for shipments to military bases, schools, churchs, and all other gated areas, as well as charging a substantial fee for re-delivery of order, lift gate use, and residential delivery. Also, local sales taxes will be applied to ALL Norco orders shipped to California.

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SKU NOR-78060
Weight 151.00 lbs
Price: $892.00

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