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Amc Gremlin Rear Leaf Spring Bushing on

US $9.95

Chinchilla, Pennsylvania, United States

Chinchilla, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Part Brand:AMERICAN MOTORS Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Rear Manufacturer Part Number:3231013

This is a new old stock Amerian Motors rear leaf spring bushing. The parts book says this will fit the 1977 Gremlin with the 4 cylinder engine. Group#11033 part# 3231013. Not sure if it will fit any other years.







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