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Steering gear/without ball head from vika


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Name:Steering gear/without ball head

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/7D1422061BX

Product Line: TR models

Product brand:Vika

Vika brand introduction

Auto parts for engine, electric, clutch, chassis and steering, transmission, braking and controlling are represented by vika brand, and all of which have been assured to meet the quality standard in the local country and local market. Especially for the braking system, the EU E-mark quality authentication standard is met. With sustaining innovation, vika will extend to grow with more product type for our customer.

vika brand is our most honorable brand for Tantivy with the top level of product quality outcome, which finally leads to our client’s success.

7D1422061B/7D1422061BX suitable model

VW:TR96-04/TRSY96-04

The brand of vika, DPA owned by Tantivy offer market-proven, reliable auto parts in a wide range for the entire vehicle, which fit all kinds of ŠKODA Volkswagen Audi SEAT parts with total 9 vehicle system, including Engine, Fuel exhaust cooling , Gearbox, Front axle steering, Rear axle, Wheels brakes, Pedals, Bady, Electrics. More than 15,000 parts type is offered for ŠKODA, and over 10,000 for Volkswagen, Nearly 15,000 for Audi,almost 15,000 for SEAT. In total, there are more then 20,000 auto parts option which we can offer across world wide for you or your clients.

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