Mercedes-benz 722.7 Forward Clutch Drum on 2040-parts.com
Bensenville, Illinois, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice)
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Superior Re-Manufacturing TechnologyFrom the factory, this drum has had constant problems. New or used, the original design is just waiting to fail. Why buy a used drum? Or even a new drum (if available). The drum we produce features unprecedented quality; re-manufactured in every aspect. The process used is the best in the industry with the purpose of ensuring that your transmission lasts as long as it should for many miles to come.
Mercedes-Benz 722.7 Forward Clutch Drum
Fits Mercedes-Benz models:
1-yr Warranty on part
Free shipping within the 50-United States (International shipping available at discounted rates)
A core return is required with purchase of this drum.
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