Scrap High Nickel Engine Turbine Blades Only For Collectors/art on 2040-parts.com
ASHDOD, default, Israel
Condition:For parts or not working
Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply
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Scrap High Nickel Engine Turbine Blades only for collectors/art.
Sold only that which is in the photo, if you have any questions please contact us.
Total weight: 0.155 kg.
What you see on the picture is not what you receive but it has the same condition.
READ BELOW BEFORE BIDDING: You are buying the above as is as. This means don't assume anything. If it’s not listed as new in the box then don't think it is. Sold as is, no returns or refunds.
Defective item is not subject to further use in motors.
Seller is not responsible for the continued use of this detail.
Delivery by registered airmail + tracking number.
See my other items with Turbine Engine Blades.
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