1953,1954,1955,1956 Ford F100,f250,f350 Nos Universal Joint Kit B5tz 4635-a, Nib on 2040-parts.com
Easton, Pennsylvania, United States
Brand:Ford Motor Company
Surface Finish:See pictures
Manufacturer Part Number:B5TZ 4635-A
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
This is a complete, NEW universal joint kit in the original sealed Ford factory box, Ford part # B5TZ 4635-A. This universal was used on 1953 thru 1956 Ford F100, F250 and F350 trucks. The box is factory sealed and has never been opened. Perfect for replacing a missing, damaged, or worn universal joint with a complete, NOS kit. See my eBay Store for more Ford, Thunderbird, Lincoln and Mercury parts. Payment is expected within 10 days of
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