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Exide Rubber Universal Battery Hold Down 69216bpe - New on 2040-parts.com

US $7.95
Location:

Cranford, New Jersey, United States

Cranford, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Brand:Exide Interchange Part Number:7069216 Manufacturer Part Number:69216BPE UPC:027786692168

For sale is this EXIDE Rubber Universal Battery Hold Down 69216BPE.

Made with solid rubber - designed to fit battery groups 24, 22F, 27, and 60.

J-bolts not included.

Nylon inserts for added strength.

NEW sealed in the original package.

FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING.

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