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Tow Craft Hold Down Spring Kit No. 1105-100-014 For Fayette 10"x2-1/4" Brakes on 2040-parts.com

US $5.00
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Covington, Indiana, US

Covington, Indiana, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details:I will accept returns for the item if returned within 14 days in the same condition it was sent. If I made an error with your order you can return the item for a full refund. If you would like to return the item for a separate reason you can return the item within 14 days and I will refund your payment minus shipping cost. Restocking Fee:No

1 new Tow Craft hold down spring kit no.1105-100-014 for Fayette 10"X2-1/4" electric brakes. Replaces part no's Fayette 69160253 & 69150257 containing 2 springs and 2 pins with installation instructions.

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