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Garage Sale - Brake Bleeder Screw 10MM x 1.50, Pair
Garage Sale - Brake Bleeder Screw 10MM x 1.50, Pair

Garage Sale - Brake Bleeder Screw 10MM x 1.50, Pair

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Garage Sale - Brake Bleeder Screw 10MM x 1.50, Pair
Garage Sale - Brake Bleeder Screw 10MM x 1.50, Pair
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Brake bleeder screws

 

  • Steel with zinc plated finish
  • 10MM x 1.50 threads
  • 3/4" underhead length
  • Sold in pairs

 

 

This item is garage sale priced because it's not a regularly stocked item.

 

**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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