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Engine Valve Lifter-stock Melling Jb-992 Fits 68-73 Chevrolet Chevelle 5.7l-v8 on 2040-parts.com

US $11.56
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West Palm Beach, Florida, United States

West Palm Beach, Florida, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Quantity Per Application:16 SKU:MEL:JB-992 Remanufactured Part:N Brand:Melling Emission Code:1 Manufacturer Part Number:JB-992 Life Cycle Status Code:2 Country of Origin (Primary):MX Quantity Needed:16; NPS:D Other Part Number:2131692, ML-992, MA-992, M0002, VT-992, 70992, 813 Harmonized Tariff Code (Schedule B):8409919020 Interchange Part Number:AT-992, VT-1992, JB-992, ML992M, M992, 213-1692 Engineering Name:LIFTERS-ENGINE VALVE UPC:Does not apply

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