Delco Hyatt Front Wheel Bearing # 25582-25519 Nos 1960-1963 Chevrolet 50,60 on 2040-parts.com
Loretto, Kentucky, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front
 Delco Hyatt Front Wheel Bearings #25582-25519 1960-63 Chevy 50,60 Series Trucks NOS.
I'm selling a pair of NOS Delco Hyatt front wheel bearings for a 1960-63 Chevy 50,60 Series Trucks early with 5000lb axle.
One has been opened and has a little surface rust around the edge.
The other one has never been opened.
I'm starting the auction off for less than one is worth.
Selling as is. No refunds. Look at pictures carefully before bidding. Email me with any questions.
Please pay within 7 days after auction ends.
Insurance is included in s/h price.
Good luck bidding.
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