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Front End Repair Kit 41 42 46 47 48 49 Cadillac New W/ King Pins & Tie Rod Ends on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Montville, New Jersey, United States

Montville, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New

Up for auction is a new Deluxe Front End Rebuild Kit. Rebuild the steering and suspension system with our convenient Front End Kits and you'll be surprised and delighted at how well your "old" vehicle drives and handles the road. This Deluxe kit allows you to replace the majority of wear items in your car's front end. Restore maximum handling & control with our precision engineered Front End Kit. Included are:

4 Outer Pin Kits

1 King Pin Kit

2 Outer Tie Rod Ends

2 Stabilizer Link Kits

2 Lower Inner Control Arm Shaft Kits complete with Bushings

All parts are brand new and in excellent condition. This will fit the following automobiles:

1941-49 Cadillac

Control #: FEKD CAD410

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