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Ford Expedition Passenger 2nd Row Middle Seat Belt Gray Male Retractor Rh 00 98 on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

Jefferson City, Missouri, United States

Jefferson City, Missouri, United States
Good used condition, 100% clean no but nice
Brand:Factory oem Placement on Vehicle:Right, Front Manufacturer Part Number:ford Expedition Surface Finish:Light gray Interchange Part Number:1997 1998 1999 2000 98 99 00 Warranty:No

OEM good working condition light gray in color. For the Passenger Side (RH) 2nd Row or middle seat.  Removed from a 99 Ford Expedition.  Correct for the 97 thur 00. 
In the first pic I put a clamp on the belt (so it wouldn't retract) to get a better pic of the condition of the whole belt. Will come as shown 

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