Crg 2000up Used Spindle 8mm Kingpin 17 Mm Shaft Left Hand on 2040-parts.com
Ellicott City, Maryland, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:unknown
Country/Region of Manufacture:Italy
Placement on Vehicle:Left
Up for auction is a used CRG left hand spindle for the 2000UP braking system. It has a 8mm diameter kingpin and a 17mm diameter shaft. I have installed new kingpin bearings.
For a small item like this spindle I ship USPS Priority Mail. Buyer pays all shipping costs.
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