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Clutch Slave Cylinder Dorman Cs103773 Fits 83-91 Porsche 944 on 2040-parts.com

US $90.27
Location:

Portland, Tennessee, United States

Portland, Tennessee, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Interchange Part Number:CS103773, CS2036, 138.37001, S0251, S-15001 SKU:DOR:CS103773 Other Part Number:SC103773, 072-8288, SC551180 Brand:Dorman Package Contents:Clutch Slave Cylinder Manufacturer Part Number:CS103773 Item Grade:Standard Replacement Bore Size:0.938 In. Fitment Footnotes:Bore: 15/16""; Describe Type:External Quantity Needed:1; Life Cycle Status Code:2 Feature - Benefit 1:Direct replacement for a proper fit every time Remanufactured Part:N UPC:Does not apply

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