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80-86 Jeep Cj Tunnel Cover T4 T5 Sr4 Stick Transmission Cj5 Cj7 Scrambler Floor on 2040-parts.com

US $40.00
Location:

Bernville, Pennsylvania, United States

Bernville, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:Used


Storks Auto Jeep Parts 610-488-1450

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Here is a Tunnel cover from a 80-86 CJ. This will work with T4, T5, or SR4 transmission. This Jeep had rubber under coating on it this is not rusty but you may have to take that off to get rid of the texture. 

* Any thing picked up at our location or shipped to a Pa address will be charged 6% sales tax

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