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LS Max

FS NIB: F sway bar links, F lower ball joints, and F tie rod ends for 2000 LS400

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I have brand new, in box:

     - Moog ES80291 Tie Rod End

     - Moog ES80290 Tie Rod End

     - Beck Arnley 101-4897 Stabilizer Link

     - Beck Arnley 101-4898 Stabilizer Link

     - MOOG K500213 Suspension Ball Joint

     - MOOG K500214 Suspension Ball Joint

I will match Amazon prices and eat the shipping (within continental U.S.).

I ordered these parts for my car but did not realize that I didn't need them until it was too late to return them.  I'm just trying to get most of my money back.

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