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Detroit Axle Replacement for Kia Optima Rondo Front Rear Stabi

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Detroit Axle Replacement for Kia Optima Rondo Front Rear Stabi

Product description

Kit Includes:

  • 2x Front Stabilizer/Sway Bar End Links - K750032
  • 2x Rear Stabilizer/Sway Bar End Links - K750357
  • 1x Front Left Outer Tie Rod End - ES800346
  • 1x Front Right Outer Tie Rod End - ES800347

Fitment:

  • Replacement for 2006 Kia Optima (5th VIN DIGIT E)
  • Replacement for 2007 - 2010 Kia Optima
  • Replacement for 2007 - 2010 Kia Rondo

Introduction:

Detroit Axle is a leading global retailer and distributor of OE re-manufactured and new aftermarket auto parts. We are committed to providing first-class products and outstanding customer service at an incredible value. Our rapidly-expanding product line includes CVamp; Axles, Wheel Hub amp; Bearings, Suspension amp; Chassis parts, Complete Strut Assemblies, Shock Absorbers, Drilledamp; Slotted Brake Rotors, Conventional Brake Rotors, Ceramic Brake Pads, Rack amp; Pinion Assemblies, Gearboxes, Drive Shafts and more.

Detroit Axle Replacement for Kia Optima Rondo Front Rear Stabi

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