Chevy Truck Transfercase Shifter Boot 4x4 Rat Rod 1979 Pickup on 2040-parts.com
Portland, Indiana, United States
UP FOR SALE. USED TRANSFER CASE SHIFT BOOT & SHIFTER/SHIFT ROD/SHIFT LEVER...Call it what you will. Both are from the same 1979 CHEVY 4X4 CHEYENNE 10. THEY DO NEED CLEANED & HAVE SCRATCHES, SCUFFS. THE RUBBER BOOT IS NOT 100% BUT NO HOLES. Please see pictures # 5 & 6 for the small spots I'm referring to. Boot seems very solid, NOT ROTTED AWAY LIKE MOST. The TRANSFER CASE SHIFTER or 4x4 LEVER, DOES HAVE SOME SURFACE RUST, BUT IS STRAIGHT & SOLID & is in normal, usable shape. Please see picture above # 11 & 12. These ARE NOT 100% PERFECT, BUT ARE COMPLETELY USABLE. Please look closely at the pictures above. Just wanting to be as honest as possible, so take the time to look the parts over well. As with all used parts they are being SOLD AS IS/NO RETURNS. List with a low & fair buy it now price. As always.......THANKS FOR LOOKING!!.
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