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Azusa, California, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Length:14.7500 [in] SKU:ATP:Z-195 Width:14.7500 [in] Brand:ATP (Automatic Transmission Parts Inc.) Weight:1.5400 [pg] Manufacturer Part Number:Z-195 Height:0.7500 [in] Outer Diameter:10.625 Fitment Footnotes:Part Type Oe Design;Teeth None;Outer Dia 10.625""; LineCode:ATP4 Quantity Needed:1; Teeth:NA Interchange Part Number:4058428, FA87, 4161129, C406, FY89 Pitch Flywheels:NA UPC:Does not apply

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