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hey guys, i have a Chana in my company to make deliveries, but the gear cable broke down, there is a reference in the broken piece that says ''Chana   S04288   SC6350A-  1703400-02H         11  03     08            A" , the thing is, i cant find this thing anywhere, is there another name to this piece? where is a good place to find it? I live in brazil and i need this piece as soon as possible so if i need to import the closer the better, thanks in advance

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