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Ford Mustang Water Neck Thermostat Housing Bolts Polished Ss on 2040-parts.com

US $5.50
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Beloit, Wisconsin, United States

Beloit, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New Part Brand:GARDNER-WESTCOTT CO Surface Finish:Polished SS Manufacturer Part Number:25 - 56230 - HSP Warranty:Yes

GARDNER - WESTCOTT COMPANY

NEW IN PACKAGE, PART #    25  - 56230 - HSP

Polished Stainless Steel

( 2 )  Bolts :  5 / 16  X  ( 18 COARSE )  X   1 " Long 

( 2 )    5 / 16  Flat  Washers   

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