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2 Single Contact Socket Auto Car Truck on

US $9.99

Foxboro, Massachusetts, US

Foxboro, Massachusetts, US
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What you are bidding on is two single contact sockets. Single contact sockets for use with license plate and utility lamps.Snap in fit for a 3/4" hole.Fits bulbs 63,67,81,89,1002,1129,1133 and 1141.Includes 12" lead wire.If you are building a vintage/classic car/truck you want to save some money and do it right,by replacing your lights. Buyers are responsible to figure out if these will fit their application.       Good luck and Happy Bidding!

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