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Brake Hydraulic Hose Front Wagner Bh123299 on

US $41.86

Lakewood, New Jersey, United States

Lakewood, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Other Part Number:18J782, A50.62054, SP8611, 17668, BH177829, 38821 SKU:WAG:BH123299 Interchange Part Number:H380095, 150.62054, BH38821, 78248, PBH78248 Brand:Wagner Feature 4:Provides longer brake life and performance Manufacturer Part Number:BH123299 Feature 5:Install Wagner with total confidence Feature 3:Exceptional quality control UPC:00008536043812 Feature 2:Extensive field testing Placement on Vehicle:Front Feature 1:Innovative engineering Quantity Needed:2; Product Description - Abbreviated - 12:BHOSE

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