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16 $619,474
For machines of headingsNo.84.56 to 84.61
15 $194,622
Transmission shafts (including cam shafts andcrank shafts) and cranks:
9 $34,413
Bearing housings, not incorporating ball or roller bearings, plain shaft bearings
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