Axle Housing for 1999 INTERNATIONAL 4700 $1,500.00

Category: Axle Housing

Make: INTERNATIONAL

Model: 4700

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Description
1999 INTERNATIONAL N-175 Axle Housing
Classified Field Information
Year: 1999
Part Make: INTERNATIONAL
Truck Make: INTERNATIONAL
Trailer Model: 4700
Truck Model: 4700
Stock Number: 39076
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Serial Number: 1HTSCAAM7XH634721
OEM Number: 1660836C1
American Trucker ID: 59215708
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