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Fj40 1974 74 Manual Warn Locking Hubs Left Right Very Well Used Landcruiser on 2040-parts.com

US $39.99
Location:

Portland, Oregon, US

Portland, Oregon, US
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here are manual Warn Locking Hubs for an FJ40 1974. left and right.


they are very well used.  never failed to work well, but switched to different axles, so do not need them anymore. 

pitted a bit, and i wire brushed and dremel'ed them to clean up the issues and fully disclose the pitting.

these are cleaned up, NOT CLEAN.  See pics.  Seals not included.

i would not hesitate to put them on and use them, but sold AS IS.

ships on cleared funds only.  paypal preferred.

ships USPS Priority Mail Medium Flat Rate Box. they weigh in at 7 pounds.

auction price includes ebay fees, paypal fees..

auction start price reflects cost of shipping... and overall condition of parts..

prefer Paypal payments.

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