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Front Right And Left Wheel Bearing Set Pair 2.0 2.8l For Volkswagen Passat Seat on

US $34.13

Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Rodatech Placement on Vehicle:Front, Right, Left Manufacturer Part Number:RT-510004 Warranty:yes UPC:841257139958

Item Description

Two Brand New Wheel Bearing

Position: Front Right & Left

- 2003-2005 Seat Cordoba All Liters
- 1984-1984 Volkswagen Jetta All Liters
- 1985-1994 Volkswagen Golf All Liters
- 1995-2002 Volkswagen Cabrio All Liters

All vehicles:Automatic & Manual

Pair Item #RT-510004(2)

- EXT= 72mm
- INT= 40mm
- A= 37mm

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