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13105.062 GASKET SEALING RING EXH EXHAUST BRAKE BUTTERFLY VALVE 4D31 4D33 4D32 4D34 FE444 FE434 FE439 FE449 BE649 1986-2006 ROSA BUS MB145182 MC110535 MITSUBISHI FUSO CANTER
13105.062 GASKET SEALING RING EXH EXHAUST BRAKE BUTTERFLY VALVE 4D31 4D33 4D32 4D34 FE444 FE434 FE439 FE449 BE649 1986-2006 ROSA BUS MB145182 MC110535 MITSUBISHI FUSO CANTER
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13105.062 GASKET SEALING RING EXH EXHAUST BRAKE BUTTERFLY VALVE FE444 FE434 FE439 FE449 BE649 1986-2006 ROSA BUS  MB145182 MC110535  MITSUBISHI FUSO CANTER​

MITSUBISHI FUSO CANTER


SUITS BUTTERFLY PART IS 
60MM ID PART # 15781.020


 

ALL CANTER MODELS 1986-1995  

FC432 4G54 1986-1995

 FE334 4D31 1990-1995

FE339 4D34 1992-1995

FE434 4D31 1986-1995

FE439 4D34 1990-1995

FE444 4D31 1986-1995

FE449 4D34 1990-1995

FG434 4 X 4 4D31 1986-1995

FG439 4 X 4 4D34 1989-1995


THIS IS A SPECIAL ORDER IN ITEM

AND MUST BE PAID FOR BEFORE ORDERING

ITEM TAKES 1-2 WEEKS (5-10 DAYS)

AND IS ORDERED AS SOON AS

PAYMENT IS MADE

ONCE YOU HAVE PAID FOR

THE ITEM

THERE IS NO REFUND ON THIS ITEM

 

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we are well placed to provide Clutch Kits best suited to your region.
In fact, in many cases we were the Manufacturer of the Original Equipment part.
 

 
 
 
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