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New Nos Kelsey Hayes 12 Volt Selective Resistor 41149 Trailer Brakes on

US $29.95

Waldo, Wisconsin, United States

Waldo, Wisconsin, United States
Parts store close-out, part is a little dusty/dirty from sitting on the shelf.
Manufacturer Part Number:41149 Brand:Kelsey Hayes UPC:Does not apply

    New Kelsey Hayes 12 volt selective resistor, part number 41149. Parts store close out, part is new but a little dusty/dirty and has some patina from sitting on shelf. We are not familiar with all makes and models this fits, please verify part number matches your application before bidding/purchasing. Part can not be returned if installed, ran or has been taken apart or modified in any way. Must be returned in same condition as shipped with factory packaging.

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