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Steering Column Rubber Boot & Brake/clutch Rubber Boot Kit Universal on 2040-parts.com

US $99.95
Location:

Visalia, California, United States

Visalia, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:JJ'S Rods E/Z Boot Manufacturer Part Number:JJS-32561917-2

 Steering Column rubber boot w/polished stainless steel bezel w/chrome plated stainless steel phillip pan head screws (8)  Fits steering column 1 3/8" to 1 3/4" . Brake/Clutch rubber boot  w/polished stainless steel bezel w/chrome plated  stainless steel phillip pan head screws (4)   This is a kit as shown in the pictures of both . Comes with complete instructions. Other parts  jjsrods.com on page 4 of the web site ! This will stop the air coming in from the engine compartment  to the interior of the vehicle !

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