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Genuine Mercedes Sticker Tire Pressure For W108, W109, W116, W123, W124, W126 on 2040-parts.com

US $16.90
Location:

Wiesbaden, Germany

Wiesbaden, Germany
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:000 584 50 39 Part Brand:Mercedes Benz Other Part Number:0005845039 Country of Manufacture:Germany

You are bidding for a new Mercedes sticker tire pressure for W108, W109, W116, W123, W124, W126 and W201 models reading "Beim Beladen Reifendruck nach Tabelle richtigstellen". The sticker is new old stock and a genuine Mercedes-Benz part and extremely rare. There are only a few original ones in stock anymore.

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