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Engine Crankshaft Main Bearing Set Fits 2002-2010 Jeep Liberty Grand Cher on 2040-parts.com

US $104.85
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Hempstead, New York, United States

Hempstead, New York, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Feature 3:Dramatically reduces or eliminates bearing wear SKU:SE:7386MA Feature 5:Meets or exceeds OEM specifications Brand:Sealed Power What is in the box:In the box: main bearings, plain Manufacturer Part Number:7386MA Feature 1:A-Series bi-metal aluminum alloy Interchange Part Number:7386MA, MS2244A, 4M7214A Fitment Footnotes:A-series Alum Bearings;Std Size; Feature 4:Exacting tolerances Quantity Needed:1; Part Material:A-Series aluminum Feature 2:Greater seizure resistance than tri-metal material Standard Size:Standard UPC:Does not apply

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