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Federal Mogul Timken 343185 S-12018 Shaft Oil Lip Seal 3/4" Shaft on 2040-parts.com

US $9.95
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Costa Mesa, California, United States

Costa Mesa, California, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:343185, S-12018, 6F-10-11, 9153476, EA223694 Part Type:Protective Cover Dust Cap Brand:Federal Mogul, National, Timken, MCI Bus, GM UPC:Does not apply

Subaru BRZ & new Impreza 5-door Hatch to debut at Geneva 2012

Sat, 11 Feb 2012

The BRZ and Impreza 5-door will debut at Geneva 2012 With the 2012 Geneva Motor Show just weeks away, we learn the Subaru BRZ and new Subaru Impreza 5-door hatch will get their European debuts. News of debuts at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show are starting to come in thick and fast, and although Subaru don’t have any world debuts to offer at Geneva, we will be seeing the European debut of the Subaru BRZ in production guise, as well as the first look in Europe at the new Impreza 5-door. The Subaru BRZ is the other half of the Toyota GT 86 partnership (the Toyota GT 86 will also get its European debut at Geneva) and, apart from some minor styling tweaks, is pretty much the same car as the GT 86.

Ford Fiesta eWheelDrive gets wheel hub electric motors

Sat, 27 Apr 2013

The Ford Fiesta eWheelDrive – a driveable research vehicle built by Ford and German specialists Schaeffler – may be a regular supermini in size, but it points towards a potential future EV which is much more compact and very manoeuvrable. Ford has taken a regular Fiesta and dumped its powertrain, replacing it with a battery bank where the engine would be and fitted a pair of in-hub electric motors on the rear wheels. But the plan is to build new cars with the batteries under the floor which frees up the space under the bonnet which can then be all but removed to create a very compact urban car that still has space for four.

Ford cuts 2010 prices by up to 15%

Fri, 26 Mar 2010

Ford has cut prices of its big cars by up to 15% By Tim Pollard Motor Industry 26 March 2010 12:00 Ford today announced sweeping price cuts across its large car range – lopping up to 15% off the price of models such as the Mondeo, S-Max and Galaxy. The news comes after Ford raised price four times in the past year.The Blue Oval has drawn criticism in the past for artificially high list prices, which have penalised business buyers. In the UK, company car tax is calculated by the P11D price which is based on the list price, not the transaction price, and 70% of large Fords are bought by fleets.Private buyers have historically scored large discounts on big Fords, as did corporate buyers – making many question the need for higher list prices.