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Sb Bilstein Racing Shock 7" S7g45-45 Imca 600 Micro Sprint Street Stock Rat Rod on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
Location:

Port Crane, New York, United States

Port Crane, New York, United States
used shock nicks and scratches
Warranty:No Brand:bilstien

up for auction USED bilstein shock with 45-45 rate 7"  # S7G 4545  used with miner nicks and scrapes not bent or leaking.  have any questions please ask   thanks for looking.  NOTE  will ship out of the county only though ( global shipping program ) no exceptions.  i do combined shipping 

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