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New! Lisle 35500 Rocker Oil Stoppers 16/pk on

US $12.95

Studio City, California, US

Studio City, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Lisle Manufacturer Part Number:35500 Country of Manufacture:United States

Put these oil stoppers on to keep squirting oil from getting on the exhaust manifold or shop floor. Rocker Stoppers plug oil holes in ball-joint type rocker arms. I bought these and never used them. The cardboard wrapper is long gone. Any request for pictures or questions I will be happy to take care of ASAP. International customers please contact me with your shipping address and I will check customs and get back to you with a shipping price via the postal service. If you have less than a 10 positive feedback or do not have Pay Pal please contact me before you bid on this item so I know your intentions since I have had problems with non-payment on more than one of my previous auctions. Thank you for your cooperation. I do combine shipping. If you have won more than 1 item wait for me to send the invoice so I can give you a corrected shipping price. Positive feedback is important so as soon as I get that I will return with the same. If there is a problem please contact me so we can work it out.

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