4" V-band Clamp 304 Stainless Steel Turbo Exhaust Down Pipe Universal Truck on 2040-parts.com
Hatfield, Pennsylvania, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:HVB40
4.0" V Band Clamp 304 Stainless Steel
This is for (1) 4" V-Band Clamp.
For 3.5" and 5.0" inch clamps, see our other listings.
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