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New Tie Rod End 53541-s5a-003 Honda Civic on

US $13.99

Salt Lake City, Utah, US

Salt Lake City, Utah, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details: Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Manufacturer Part Number:53541-S5A-003

NEW Tie Rod End 53541-S5A-003 Honda Civic

  Unsure of the manufacturer, but it is a NEW unit!




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Return Policy:

  • We stand behind all our products.  If there is a problem, contact us to let us know you would like to return the item for a refund.  The item must be returned within 14 days.  Return shipping is not covered by us.
  • YES, we offer combined shipping!  If you have purchased multiple items, do not send payment until we send an adjusted invoice with actual combine shipping costs.
  • Most items are shipped via USPS Priority Mail.  The cost may be slightly more, but you will receive your item MUCH quicker, and more reliably.  Larger items will be shipped via UPS Ground.
  • International buyers may need to pay additional Customs or Tax fees before the item is released to the buyer.  We are not responsible for such fees.  The buyer is fully responsible for these fees.

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Ford Focus sells 1,500,000 in the UK

Wed, 09 May 2012

Ford Focus - 1,500,000 sold in the UK Ford has revealed that the 1,500,000th Ford Focus has rolled out since its launch in 1998 heading for Essex cricketer Jaik Mickleburgh. The Ford Focus has been something of a phenomenon for Ford in the UK and has now racked up sales of 1,500,000 in the UK since it hit UK roads back in 1998. Ford are shouting about the Focus’s achievements – quite rightly – and have sent the landmark Focus to Essex cricketer Jaik Mickleburgh, no doubt as part of Ford’s ongoing sponsorship of Essex cricket.

Last-ever BMW M3 Coupe rolls off line

Tue, 09 Jul 2013

With only a shade over 16,000 examples produced for the worldwide market during its run, the first-generation BMW M3 wasn't built in significantly larger numbers than the Lamborghini Gallardo (13,059 cars by the end of the 2012 model year). And they were all coupes. The four-door M3 was introduced in 1994, two years after the second-generation coupe bowed, sat out the car's E46 run and then returned for the E90's run.

New baby Jaguar to be called XE

Wed, 05 Mar 2014

Jaguar has revealed its new small saloon rival to the BMW 3 Series will be called XE. The new Jaguar XE, which will be revealed this year before going on sale in 2015, will be the first all-aluminium car ever launched in the premium small saloon sector – and prices are expected to start from £30,000. Jaguar is promising a range of cars that stretch from a sub-100g/km model (something the BMW 3 Series doesn’t yet achieve) to one that can reach a top speed of 186mph (a speed that’s also faster than every 3 Series).