1982-1995 22re Toyota Exhaust Manifold 4runner W/ Heat Shield, Down Pipe &brackt on 2040-parts.com
Nashville, Indiana, United States
Placement on Vehicle:Left
Manufacturer Part Number:unknown
Surface Finish:cast iron
This is a OEM Toyota 22RE exhaust manifold and heat shield and down pipe with bracket attached. This was on a 1988 4 Runner but should fit others please verify that before bidding. This is used but was removed 10 years ago to install a header and was not cracked and has been stored in dry storage.
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