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Set Of 8 Gm Chevy Sb 14011090 Bowtie Connecting Rods, Press-pin on 2040-parts.com

US $300.00
Location:

Pompano Beach, Florida, United States

Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:GM Manufacturer Part Number:14011090

These were stored in the garage for the last 16 years,.never been used,.boxes show wear
GM Chevy SB 14011090 Bowtie Connecting Rods, Large Journal

5.700",  Set of 8 NEW Rods 

2.100 Jrl., .927 Pin, 221.5g Small End, 450.3g Big End,

 ATTENSION..I SEE A YEAR WARRANTY FROM ASSURANCE ON MY LISTING,..I WANT TO TELL YOU THAT I DO NOT HAVE THIS ON THEM..THESE ARE MY HUSBANDS AND NEVER USED,.NO WARRANTY OFFERED FROM ME..THANK YOU!

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