2005-2016 Ford Superduty Factory/oem Radius Arm Pair Take Off on 2040-parts.com
Maryville, Tennessee, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Manufacturer Part Number:GC34-3405A
Kit or Single Part:Kit
Surface Finish:Powder Coating
Placement on Vehicle:Front
FACTORY FORD RADIUS ARM - PAIR!!!
These are genuine OEM Ford pieces that are take offs from vehicles. We build trucks for local customers and add aftermarket upgrades. These are the factory take off parts from those builds.
Will include the following pieces:1 driver side AND 1 passenger side radius arm! Parts removed from factory Ford F250 and F350 trucks.
We are located in the heart of East Tennessee and offer full installation services for the products we sell as well as many major lift kit brands. For installation quotes or more info about a product feel free to give us a call 865-379-8612
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Around 70 miles of the A14 between Cambridge and Felixstowe is to become a ‘smart road’ fitted with sensors that monitor traffic movement. These sensors will generate highly accurate information about the level of traffic congestion, which is then wirelessly transmitted to a central control system in order to automatically adjust the variable speed limit. On Bing: see pictures of smart roads
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Sounds quite cunning, really.
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By Georg Kacher
23 November 2006 09:59
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The 2012 Audi S8 will get power from a Bentley V8
We reported back in October that Bentley and Audi were working on a new V8 that would power future models from both marques, and we asked if that would mean the end of the W12 in the Bentley. Because although it was claimed that the V8 being developed would be used as an entry-level lump for the Continental GT – a nod to more frugal times – we did think it likely it would be more than that. And now we’re convinced.