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Colony #2183-16 Cylinder Head Studs Parkerized Harley 45s 1929-1950

Colony #2183-16 Cylinder Head Studs Parkerized Harley 45s 1929-1950
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CYLINDER HEAD STUDS Parkerized duplicate of OEM 16802-29 studs used on 1929-1950 45s with cast iron heads and 3/8-16 head nuts.
Cylinder Head Studs Parkerized Harley 45s 1929-1950

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SKU 006068
Makes Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer SKU 2183-16
Made in the USA Yes
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