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Exhaust Manifold Bolt & Spring Fits 1979-1987 Pontiac Grand Prix Bonneville Cata on

US $30.47

Fresno, California, United States

Fresno, California, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Feature - Benefit 3:Also available separately (where applicable) SKU:MM:03134 Package Contents:1 Shoulder Bolt and 1 Conical Spring Brand:Dorman Feature - Benefit 1:New hardware helps fix exhaust leaks Manufacturer Part Number:03134 Interchange Part Number:BK600-3118, 031344, 03134 Item Grade:Standard Replacement Placement on Vehicle:Front Bolt Grade:Grade 8 Fitment Footnotes:Pkg Quantity: 1; Material:Metal Quantity Needed:2; Pilot Point Fastener:No UPC:Does not apply

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