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Ford Oem Mcguard Wheel Locks Original Part # 3c3j-ia043-aa F150, 250, 350 on 2040-parts.com

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Muncie, Indiana, United States

Muncie, Indiana, United States
Condition:New Brand:Mcguard Number of Bolts:4 Manufacturer Part Number:3C3J-IA043-AA Quantity:1

These are brand new in the NOS packaging, original part number 3C3J-IA043-AA Not sure what all they fit, looks to be mostly Superduty trucks by other listings. NO RESERVE F150, F250, F350

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