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Mechanical Oil Pressure Nylon 6' Line Kit With Brass Fittings,race Rat Rod, on

US $9.99

ATLANTA, United States

ATLANTA, United States

This is a brand new 6 ft nylon oil line kit for most all known mechanical oil pressure gauges,comes with a assortment of brass fittings as shown in the picture,,l also have the same kit with copper tubing in my ebay store,,,,,l have sunpro triple gauge kits/etc in my ebay store,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.AS WITH ALL MY ITEMS,ITS HERE,IN MY HANDS,AND SHIP AS SOON AS PAYMENT IS RECEIVED., SHIPING IS free IN THE 50 STATES ONLY.PAYMENT BY PAYPAL .PLEASE MAKE PAYMENT WITHIN 3 DAYS FROM THE CLOSE OF AUCTION..PLEASE ASK ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MIGHT HAVE,,,THANKS FOR LOOKING,   please check my other auctions for more parts

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