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Rockwell Impact Parts? #4806471
07/06/18 06:54 AM
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Smoky14 Offline OP
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The rubber parts on my Rockwell 1/2 drive impact gun, model 2734, are finally beyond being usable.
I've googled the heck out of the subject with little success, I guess there is no money to be made in rubber protective parts for a 40 years old tool.
Anyone have a source for replacement parts?
Thanks
Smoky


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Re: Rockwell Impact Parts? [Re: Smoky14] #4806481
07/06/18 07:08 AM
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It was probably made by CP and also sold under the Blue Point and Craftsman brands, it may be easier to find parts for those brands. Do you have a pic of this gun to compare?


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