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Ford F-150 2wd 04-08 Procomp Shocks Front Rear on 2040-parts.com

US $389.95
Location:

Anaheim, California, US

Anaheim, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details:RETURN POLICY We will gladly accept returns for UNUSED, UNINSTALLED, UNTOUCHED, UNPAINTED, UNDAMAGED, RESELL ABLE items returned within 14 days of the original purchase date under these guidelines: Returns are subject to a 25% RESTOCKING FEE. Refunds will be given on PARTS ONLY, not labor/installation charges, ORIGINAL SHIPPING FEES, or any other charges. All parts must be returned in the original package, can not have been used, damaged or installed and must be in original condition. All returned parts must be sent freight prepaid and are subject to a re-boxing fee. 1. Contact Us, You must contact us and let us know that you intend to return a part. Please call (714) 632-8400. Please give the specific reason for your return and request a (RGA) Return Goods Authorization number. Returns WILL NOT be accepted without a RGA number. 2. RGA Number Write in large black letters the RGA number on the outside of the returned package along with a copy of the original invoice. 3. Return Package Return the package(s) freight pre-paid Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Manufacturer Part Number:RS5286 RS5767 Placement on Vehicle:Array Surface Finish:White Warranty:Yes Part Brand:Rancho

QUESTIONS ? CALL 714-632-8400

 This auction is for a set of all 4 new Procomp Shocks
Front ES6000 and Rear ES9000 Left and Right shock and or struts




Fitments as follows:

2004-2008 Ford F150 F-150
2wd ONLY !
All cab sizes, V8, V6 and all bed lengths
Will also work with lift strut spacer kit.




Questions ? Call 714-632-8400


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