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FS:Camshaft Oil Tubes M119 OEM Aluminum

I am selling the very last set of my original camshaft oil tubes(or oilers as some know it). These are very clean all I am asking is $300 with free shipping within America (48 states). I will include original seals for them which is a steal because the dealer charges $2.50 and there is 32 of them I will also include 18 valve cover crush washers those are $1.50 each at the dealer.

Crush washers come out to a total of $27 before tax
Camshaft oil seals come out to $80 before tax

so yeah it is a pretty good deal. I just need to sell these because I was unable to buy a s500 coupe. The aluminum after market ones are $450 and those are aftermarket.

This probably the last time I will have these oil tubes and I am selling them very cheap
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Here are pictures they are as clean as new or ever cleaner

I take pride in the parts I sell and I even installed a set in my sludged engine which is now clean if you guys were wondering. I buy these oem oilers locally from an engine resealer/rebuilder (he tells me bring the plastic ones and I will give these, and I take it to a buddy of mine who cleans it with special degreaser and then ultrasonically cleaned and then distilled water rinses and then dried to perfection)
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Memorial Weekend Sale this is valid until Monday May 27,2013 11:59pm. Send me a Private Message for the special Memorial Weekend cost of Cam oil tubes and I should respond soon.
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FYI - I bought a set from Nhz - they work great!
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Thanks for the support Richard, but I guess no one wants to buy them. Sale time is officially over but if anyone whats these oilers the price is $300 shipped (within the 48 states of the US) or best reasonable offer. This is my last set and I am not getting anymore for anyone who doesn't pay a deposit (these were for a for a forum member first, then they disappeared and then I thought I was going to get a s500 coupe but it got sold so I am left with these which I paid $250 plus about $100 for the washers and seals so I am $350 in the hole thanks to someone) I am trying my best to make something back instead of being stuck with a $350 loss. The install is pretty simple and best part of all they are OEM parts not some aftermarket oil tube with a bigger passage which means lower pressure these OEM ones had a narrower passage which raises the oil pressure plus its still cheaper then the aftermarket.
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Oiler tubes still for sale?
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Oiler tubes still for sale?
I've seen them on eBay regularly in the $200 range. The O-rings can be had from AutohausAZ for far less than the dealer, like $0.50/each. And yes, they're the same brand.

http://www.autohausaz.com/pn/0159973148

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