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#1115832 Sun Jul 26 2015 09:00 PM
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A great site for looking up part numbers to find the application.

GM parts wiki

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Cletis #1350971 Sat Mar 21 2020 02:55 PM
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Thought I would bump this old thread instead of starting a new one. I just stumbled onto the GM Parts Wiki looking for brake parts. Those new to the forum might enjoy the resource. The search function is pretty powerful and works with part names and part numbers.

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