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3.73 11.5 POSI
This part will fit these makes and models with these options
DODGE 3500 PICKUP 06 4×2; SRW, 3.73 ratioDODGE 1500 PICKUP 07-08 4×2; Mega Cab, American 11.5″, 3.73 ratioDODGE 3500 PICKUP 07-08 4×2; Pickup, SRW, 3.73 ratioDODGE 1500 PICKUP 06 4×2; exc. SRT10; Mega Cab, American 11.5″, 3.73 ratioDODGE 2500 PICKUP 06-08 4×2; American 11.5″, 3.73 ratio
WARRANTY / GUARANTEE
Most Parts we sell come with a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee unless otherwise stated.
The 30 Day period starts when you take possession of the part. No labor warranty is provided
In the event a part sold with a warranty fails to operate within the warranty period we will replace the part(s) with a functionally equivalent part or refund the part purchase price, at our option.
No refund on deposits or unwanted special order parts or special “cut” items.
Original shipping charges and return shipping charges will not be refunded.
I-17 Auto Parts
22242 N 24th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85027
I-17 Auto Parts ships to US addresses within the 48 continental states only.
NO Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, APO, FPO, or PO Boxes please.
International Shipping is available at this time on select parts only.
Pick up at our facilities is available.
If an item arrives damaged, please contact us immediately within at least 24 hours for further instructions.
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