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Blue Point Bb300 Brake Bleeder - Four Gallon Capacity on 2040-parts.com

US $90.00
Location:

Monroe, North Carolina, US

Monroe, North Carolina, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Blue Point Manufacturer Part Number:BB300

Blue Point Brake Bleeder

Used Blue Point BB300 brake bleader.  This sytem has a 4 gallon capacity.  Unit does have some cosmetic wear and some surfact rust (see photos).  Item has not been tested but believed to be in good working conditin.  You are puchasing this item as is.

Item Details:

New/Used:  Used
Packaging:  None
Cosmetic Conditon: Scale 1-10 = 6
Auction Includes: Items as pictured
Issues: None

Please see photos for more detailed information

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Items we sell range in their original location.  Items can be customer returns, shelf pulls, liquidated, used, and discontinued products.  If you  have any questions please just ask.

 

 

 

 

 

Shipping & Returns:

We do our best to ship the same day as payment.  99% of items ship within 24 hrs of payment.  We do offer a 14 day money back guarantee.  If you decide you do not want the item just request a return within 14 days of recieving and we will refund the purchase price.  We DO NOT return shipping cost to or from unless there is a defect of the item not listed. 

 

 




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