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Perkins 404d-22 404d-22t Oil Pick Up Tubes Good Used on 2040-parts.com

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Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Phoenix, Arizona, United States
TAKE OFF - CLEANED AND READY TO GO
Warranty:Yes Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Part Brand:PERKINS

COMPLETE DIESEL ENGINE OIL PICK UP TUBES

AUCTION IS FOR QTY. 1 CALL TO SELECT WHICH YOU NEED

FITS DIESEL ENGINES AND GASOLINE ENGINE UP TO 2.0 LITER

 
IS A GOOD USED TAKE OFF FROM A PERKINS MODEL 404D-22 ENGINE - CAN BE USED ON 404D-22T - CATERPILLAR 3024C 


CLEANED AND READY TO GO!!

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UNDER THE PART NUMBER IT IS $1450.00 FROM PERKINS - WE ARE SELLING BRAND NEW FOR A MORE THAN 1/2 OFF - FREE FREIGHT 


PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING TO YOUR DOOR 
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