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Cat C7 (kal) Engine Block -reconditioned- No Core on 2040-parts.com

US $1,185.00
Location:

Lodi, California, United States

Lodi, California, United States
Condition:Remanufactured Brand:CATERPILLAR Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:221-4479

CAT C7 ACERT -REMANUFACTURED- CYLINDER BLOCK Part #221-4479 For on-highway or off-highway. Call and ask if you want to verify your application. Great care has been taken to ensure this block will exceed your expectations. Block will include new cam bearings, all necessary o-ring plugs, and alignment dowels on the deck. NO CORE EXCHANGE REQUIRED....For further questions or details of repair process call Mike Brodie of Brodiesel 209-452-7019 WE ARE IN LODI CALIFORNIA thank you! Shipped UPS Freight or Freightquote call for a shipping quote with our discount.

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