BMW Steering Rack Boot Bellow Right (320i) - Febi 32111117426

Protect your inner tie rod

Your E21's inner tie rod is protected by a rubber bellow. If this rubber bellow is torn or missing water and dirt can get into the inner ball joint which will cause premature failure of the joint and ultimate replacement of the entire inner tie rod. Replacing the rubber bellows when replacing the tie rod assemblies is recommended.

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Fits These Cars:

1977 BMW 320i Rack and Pinion Bellow
Position: Right
1978 BMW 320i Rack and Pinion Bellow
Position: Right
1979 BMW 320i Rack and Pinion Bellow
Position: Right
1980 BMW 320i Rack and Pinion Bellow
Position: Right
1981 BMW 320i Rack and Pinion Bellow
Position: Right
1982 BMW 320i Rack and Pinion Bellow
Position: Right
1983 BMW 320i Rack and Pinion Bellow
Position: Right
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BMW Steering Rack Boot Bellow Right (320i) - Febi 32111117426

Brand:
Febi logoFebi
SKU #:
32111117426
Part:
Rack and Pinion Bellow
OE Numbers:
32111117426, 120419
CS ID:
120419
$8.95
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