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Nos 1949 -53 Front Wheel Oil Seal Ford Mercury 6362 on 2040-parts.com

US $14.99
Location:

Forest Hills, Kentucky, United States

Forest Hills, Kentucky, United States
Condition:New Brand:NATIONAL Manufacturer Part Number:6362

THIS AUCTION IS FOR A NEW OLD STOCK USA MADE SEAL

PART # 6362

BRAND: NATIONAL

OIL SEAL

FITS:

  • 1949 -53 FORD PASSENGER ALL EXCEPT REPLACEMENT HUBS
  • 1952 -53 MERCURY ALL
  • THIS IS THE GOOD USA STUFF !
  • YOU GET 1 AS SHOWN

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