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Garage Sale - 1959-66 Buick 401/425 Nailhead Rod Bearings, .010 Over
Garage Sale - 1959-66 Buick 401/425 Nailhead Rod Bearings, .010 Over

Garage Sale - 1959-66 Buick 401/425 Nailhead Rod Bearings, .010 Over

401 Buick Nailhead V8, 425 Buick Nailhead V8, .010" Bearing Undersize

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Garage Sale - 1959-66 Buick 401/425 Nailhead Rod Bearings, .010 Over
Garage Sale - 1959-66 Buick 401/425 Nailhead Rod Bearings, .010 Over
Garage Sale - 1959-66 Buick 401/425 Nailhead Rod Bearings, .010 Over
Garage Sale - 1959-66 Buick 401/425 Nailhead Rod Bearings, .010 Over
Garage Sale - 1959-66 Buick 401/425 Nailhead Rod Bearings, .010 Over
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Garage Sale - 1959-66 Buick 401/425 Nailhead Rod Bearings, .010 Over
Garage Sale - 1959-66 Buick 401/425 Nailhead Rod Bearings, .010 Over
Garage Sale - 1959-66 Buick 401/425 Nailhead Rod Bearings, .010 Over
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Bearing Undersize:
.010"
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UP20707

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1959-1966 Buick 401/425 c.i. Nailhead connecting rod bearing sets available in .010", .020" and .030" sizes.

 

 These bearings are garage sale priced because they were loose packed and have some scratches in the bearing faces.

 

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS


 

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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