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Toyota Land Cruiser Fj40/bj40 Soft Top Frame Bow Kit on 2040-parts.com

US $925.00
Location:

Cary, Illinois, United States

Cary, Illinois, United States
Condition:New

OEM style soft top bows for the FJ40/BJ40. They are made of high quality American steel. They come with the bows, die stamped door frame (side and top), wind shield channel, wind shield bracket, rail supports and all hardware. This is a complete kit ready to install does not include paint or canvas.  For question contact us at 847-224-3408. www.RealSteelCruiserParts.net


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