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> FS: Front Spindle Lock Nuts & Misc, .
post Oct 17 2020, 02:30 PM
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Got a bin full of greasy front spindle lock nuts plus some other misc. parts that I need help identifying and what they’re worth.

The spindle lock nuts have different markings:
- “L” & “->”
- “L & S”
- “K S”

I believe that the single are may be a rear suspension shim. No clue what the the following are:
- 3 six point nuts
- Pr of multi-link parts
- single “nut”
- electrical pod?

You help identifying these part is appreciated - thanks
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