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Drive Shaft Fits 1988-1993 Nissan D21 Dorman Oe Solutions on 2040-parts.com

US $503.71
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Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Drive Shaft fits 1988-1993 Nissan D21  DORMAN OE SOLUTIONS, US $503.71, image 1
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Drive Shaft Wall Thickness (In):0.065 In. SKU:RB:936-261 Drive Shaft Length (In):60.75 In. Brand:Dorman Drive Shaft Diameter (In):2.5 In. Manufacturer Part Number:936-261 Drive Shaft Material:Steel Overall Length Adjustable:No Placement on Vehicle:Rear Greaseable Drive Shaft:No Quantity Needed:1; Country of Origin (Primary):US Feature - Benefit 4:Direct replacement for a proper fit Emission Code:1 UPC:Does not apply

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