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Lokar XBAG-6181 Midnight Series 66-77 Bronco Parking Brake Pedal Pad
Lokar XBAG-6181 Midnight Series 66-77 Bronco Parking Brake Pedal Pad

Lokar XBAG-6181 Midnight Series 66-77 Bronco Parking Brake Pedal Pad

66-77 Ford Bronco, Aluminum, Brushed

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Lokar XBAG-6181 Midnight Series 66-77 Bronco Parking Brake Pedal Pad
Lokar XBAG-6181 Midnight Series 66-77 Bronco Parking Brake Pedal Pad
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MFG. Part #:
XBAG-6181
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Brushed
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GTIN Code:
847087023207

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  • For A Compact And Clean Look
  • Add Style And Function To Your Classic Car
  • Designed With Hidden Screws
  • Curved To Match And Bolt Directly To Factory Pedal
  • Black Anodized Aluminum w/Rubber Inserts
  • Lifetime Warranty
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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