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Genuine Omc / Volvo Sx-m Propshaft Bearing Carrier 3853492 1994-up 3858051 85805 on 2040-parts.com

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Condition:New Brand:Volvo / OMC Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:3853492

 SX-M Propshaft Bearing Carrier 3853492 1994-Up 3858051 85805

Brand new original OMC/Volvo Penta part from an authorized dealer

Fits: Volvo SX-M 1994-Up

Cross Reference:  3858051

Manufacturer PN: 3853492

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