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Shock Absorber-oespectrum Light Truck Rear Monroe 37140 Fits 97-04 Dodge Dakota on

US $54.57

Azusa, California, United States

Azusa, California, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Quantity Needed:2; SKU:MON:37140 Other Part Number:2701-80880, KG 54322, 1844159, 382 14011, 1924079 Brand:Monroe Feature Point:1-3/8 inch (34.9 mm) bore (On most applications) Manufacturer Part Number:37140 Interchange Part Number:344079, 344379, KG54322, 37140, 59378, 1214-0147 Most Popular Make / Model:Dodge Dakota UPC:00048598156303 Extended Length:24.625"" Placement on Vehicle:Rear Compressed Length:15.375"" Fitment Footnotes:4wd;Premium - Limited Lifetime Warranty; Product Grade:Premium

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