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HK, Hong Kong
Condition:New Brand:JWS Thickness::10MM Manufacturer Part Number:A-GYGR-LG Sheet Size::61"x40 "(155cmx100cm) Warranty:Yes Application areas::Car: Floor, Doors, Roof, Hood, Trunk Surface Finish:Aluminum Application areas2::Front Fender/Tailgate/Celling/U Type Wall Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front, Rear, Upper, Lower Application areas3::4 Doors/Engine baffle wall/Cockpit Floor/bonnet Color:Silver

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