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Parker Filter-dryer-reciver on

US $27.63

Elkhart, Indiana, United States

Elkhart, Indiana, United States
Part is new but has been around a few so it has some shelf dust and a few nicks or scratches . That don't matter it's under hood in engine compartment. please see photos. Nothing affects performance.
Brand:PARKER Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:054-000-11 - 085618-00

Parker Filter dryer, Reciver r-12 or r134 A only . This has been in my Inventory for a bit so it has a few scratches or chips a little shelf dust . But nothing that affects it's use . Save BIG Buy It Now !                                                                 Thank you !

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