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Garage Sale - US Brake Replacement Bleeder Screw For Brass Housings, 1/4-28 Thread
Garage Sale - US Brake Replacement Bleeder Screw For Brass Housings, 1/4-28 Thread

Garage Sale - US Brake Replacement Bleeder Screw For Brass Housings, 1/4-28 Thread

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Garage Sale - US Brake Replacement Bleeder Screw For Brass Housings, 1/4-28 Thread
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US Brake replacement bleeder screws for brass housings only, 1-/4"-28 Thread

 

These bleeder screws are garage sale priced because they are new old stock.

 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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