Fa61 Anchor Flexplate For Amc And Jeep Applications on 2040-parts.com
Manchester, Connecticut, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:FA61
FA61 Anchor Flexplate for AMC and Jeep applications
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Internet indicates this is a flexplate for AMC and Jeep V-8 applications
going back to 1972. Does not fit all. Please do your research
Internet indicates the following crossover information. There are believed to be equivalent replacements
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