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Bmw Driveshaft E36 318i/is/ic Automatic 92-98 on 2040-parts.com

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Canton, Ohio, United States

Canton, Ohio, United States
used reman from beyer
Manufacturer Part Number:T#:6543 Brand:beyer

This is 92 thru98 bmw automatic driveshaft e36,comes with new nuts and guibo,i bought this from Turner motorsport,it is a Beyer,look it up cause these are the good ones,i had $667 in everything,i installed it on sons car and 30 days later he hit guard rail,so it has less than 1000 miles on it,i will only charge shipping charges that I get when u buy,i think shipping calculator my be off on this one cause it only cost me 40 to get it from Arizona

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