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O2 sensor question

I'm going to change the 2 "upstream" o2 sensors on my truck during my next oil change. I'm having trouble finding out what the correct part number is for the "direct replacement" Bosch sensors - 2 auto parts stores have different numbers, and I can't seem to find it on the Bosch web site. Also, does anyone have a recommendation for another brand that may be better? As always, thanks for the help!
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I just replaced my two upstream o2 sensors with Bosch.(made in the USA from domestic and imported parts)

Part number 15717
Price around $54 each
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Both sides were the same part #, it seems that the driver side has a longer wire
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Both same part number on both sides it comes with a long wire to start, fold the excess wire and cable tie it off.
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