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International Navistar Lh Mirror Heated Remote W/cb Black Semi Truck Tractor on 2040-parts.com

US $199.95
Location:

Walkerton, Indiana, United States

Walkerton, Indiana, United States
Good Used Condition may have some scratches etc.
Warranty:No Part Brand:IH Navistar Part Type:Mirror System


International Navistar LH Mirror Heated Remote W/CB Black Semi Truck Tractor
 Please ask questions to make sure this will fit your equipment. Mirror assembly is used may have some scratches etc. Good usable condition.
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