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Rowland Heights, California, United States

Rowland Heights, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Tuningpartmaster Suspensions type:Front coilovers top mounts / camber plates Manufacturer Part Number:Camber Plate For all BMW E36 3 Series Quantity:2 pieces Interchange Part Number:Adjustable suspension parts Color:Red Other Part Number:BMW E36 316 318 320 323 325 328 M3 Bushing:Pillow Ball deisgn for adjustment precisely Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front Fit for:For BMW 3 Series E36 1992—1999 Front Coilover Warranty:Yes Type:Suspension parts Surface Finish:Brand New Corresponding parts you may also need:151042355137: BMW E36 Adjustable Coilover Part Brand:Tuningpartmaster UPC:Does not apply

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