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Parking Brake Bar (drum) -right Side. Ford Motor Co 1974-1989 With 10" Brakes on 2040-parts.com

US $14.22
Location:

East Orange, New Jersey, United States

East Orange, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Brand:Perfect Parts Manufacturer Part Number:PBB-107B UPC:719295137185

PARKING BRAKE REPAIR

PARKING BRAKE BAR (DRUM) - RIGHT SIDE. FORD MOTOR CO. 1974-1989 w/ 10" BRAKES

FORD

1981-1992 - T-BIRD w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

1976-1992 - FULL SIZE w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

1980-1986 - LTD w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

1976-1986 - GRANADA w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

1980-1983 - FAIRMONT w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

19796-1979 - FAIRMONT, MAVERICK w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

1976-1979 - T-BIRD w/11" BRAKES

LINCOLN

1980-1992 - ALL w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

MERCURY

1980-1992 - FULL SIZE w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

1981-1990 - COUGAR w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

1980-1986 - MARQUIS w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

1976-1983 - ZEPHYR w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

1976-1979 - COMET, MOARCH w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

1974-1975 - MONTEGO w/ 10" BRAKES (RIGHT)

 

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