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Falcon Steering Systems Fk6606 Control Arm Bumper-suspension Control Arm Bumper on

US $4.64

Clearwater, Florida, US

Clearwater, Florida, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:RETURN POLICY: ALL RETURN SHIPPING WILL BE PAID BY THE BUYER The buyer is responsible for return shipping, import duties and local taxes. Refund for shipping will be given if parts are defective, boxed wrong, or damaged in shipping. Part must be returned within 30 days. Returns will receive refund or replacement. New returns need to be in the original package, complete, and not damaged or installed. RGA are need on all returns: Call 727-446-8484 Returns need our RGA (return goods authorization) number on the box with a copy of your original invoice or eBay transaction number. Refunds can take up to 4 days after we receive the part. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:FALCON STEERING SYSTEMS Manufacturer Part Number:FK6606 SME:_2458

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