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Steering Tie Rod End Fits 1988-2005 Gmc Safari K2500,k3500 K1500,k2500 Acdelco on 2040-parts.com

US $55.99
Location:

Fresno, California, United States

Fresno, California, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Other Part Number:ES2838GL, 401-1428B, GM-S602, 45A0428, RES2838RL SKU:AC:45A0428 Interchange Part Number:88910262, ES2838RL, ES2838, 401-1428, 104-10099 Brand:ACDelco Professional Web Content Update Date:2016-03-10 Manufacturer Part Number:45A0428 Finish:Painted Overall Length:7.3600 Color:Black Type:Outer Position:Inner Tie Rod End Thread Diameter:17.47 Quantity Needed:2; Material:Steel UPC:Does not apply

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