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SOLD! - 850/x70 Volvo Front Hub Assemblies (2) PN 274378 - pair $225 shipped

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JA VOLVO    36

I have 2 Hub assemblies for 850/70 front hubs. They are part# 274378. They are brand new. I bought them for my old 98 C and never installed them. According to Tasca they will fit 94-97 850 and 98 s/v/c70. I thought they would fit my 2000, but no...

I would love to trade them even for 2 for my 2000 C, PN 272456 as they are the same price based on Tasca. I would pay shipping both ways.

Otherwise, $125 each shipped CONUS, or $225 shipped for the pair CONUS.

 

 

 

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