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Escort Passport 8500 X 50 "black"power Kit Replacement Set ***new*** on 2040-parts.com

US $7.50
Location:

McCormick, South Carolina, United States

McCormick, South Carolina, United States
Condition:New Brand:unknown Manufacturer Part Number:gen-7675 UPC:Does not apply

NEW FOR ESCORT PASSPORT  8500 X 50 BLACK


 NOTE: THE HAND BOOK SEE IN THE PHOTO IS NOT INCLUDED WITH THIS LISTING. 


REPLACEMENT SET THAT INCULDS THE FOLLOWING:


POWER CORD (NEW).

WINDOW MOUNT WITH 4 CUPS (NEW).

 

Note: Suction cups style may vary. 

PLEASE CHECK YOUR CUP SIZE BEFORE ORDERING.

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