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2 Each 8c9131 - Seal-lip Type 2268202 3k9488 4j8979 1672450 Caterpillar Original on 2040-parts.com

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Potosi, Missouri, United States

Potosi, Missouri, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Caterpillar Original Part Other Part Number:416B 416C 416D 420D 424D 426C 428B 428C 428D 432D Manufacturer Part Number:8C9131

2 EACH 8C-9131 Double Lip Wiper Seal, New Shelf Stock, Never Opened.  Original Cat Part, Not Aftermarket.  Items pictured are the items you will be bidding on and will be the items you receive.  Returns only if unopened and unused.

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