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Thor Ace Chrome Grills on 2040-parts.com

US $500.00
Location:

Elkhart, Indiana, United States

Elkhart, Indiana, United States
Condition:New other (see details)

I Have 2 sets of these THOR ACE take offs due to slight imperfections tried to get them in pictures . these flaws are so small it took a minute to find them but some folks are super picky ! these are not perfect but could go on mine anytime ! lol... chrome no cracks very small scuffs and a small scratches almost impossible to see ! They Fit 2010-2016  So if you can use them here they are for a BIG savings !             For more savings please see my other listings hard to find or some Obsolete Parts...                                                                                                                      Thank You !

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