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Tekonsha Trailer Brake Control Mounting Bracket For Voyager Accutrac Pod Mount on 2040-parts.com

US $14.00
Location:

Buckeye, Arizona, United States

Buckeye, Arizona, United States
Nice working condition.
Brand:Tekonsha Surface Finish:Black paint Manufacturer Part Number:2178

Ladies and Gentlemen, up for your bidding, is my used mounting bracket for a trailer brake controller.  I believe it fits a Tekonsha.  The yolk measures 3 3/8" with the side screw slots being 3/4" long.  You will be receiving your brake control mount via USPS First Class Mail envelope measuring 9x6x3 inches, weighing 3 ounces. 

I like to ship daily. Pay before 11 AM Arizona time, and you can have it within 2-8 days within the USA, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. International shipping will take longer depending on destination.




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