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Fa61 Anchor Flexplate For Amc And Jeep Applications on 2040-parts.com

US $49.00
Location:

Manchester, Connecticut, United States

Manchester, Connecticut, United States
Condition:New Brand:Anchor Manufacturer Part Number:FA61

 FA61 Anchor Flexplate for AMC and Jeep applications
Buy this item today for just $49.00
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
Please do your own research.

BRYCO    33646
ANCHOR    FA61
BIG A    XF11
DORMAN    04302
SEALED...    4161108
PIONEER    FRA118
CHRYSLER    3232139
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