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    PS Delete Bracket

    Hey everyone,
    Well, i've got a nice piece up for grabs. As the title states, it's a Power Steering Delete bracket. The assembly is complete minus the pulley, which you can source at most auto parts stores. In fact, the NAPA part number is 36099. The bracket was cleaned, sandblasted and painted with some satin black chassis paint. The rest of the hardware was cleaned and sandblasted and left like that.

    Part is located in Miami, Florida

    Asking $135 shipped in the US

    I've got it ready to go to a new home.




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    Price drop guys and gals.

    $120 shipped OBO

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    Bump... and price drop.

    $100 shipped

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