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Colony #2423-3 Carburetor Mounting Screws Parkerized Harley WLA WLD WLC

Colony #2423-3 Carburetor Mounting Screws Parkerized Harley WLA WLD WLC
006290
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CARBURETOR MOUNTING SCREWS Parkerized duplicate of OEM 1123-41 slotted hex screws used on 1941-46 WLD, 1941-43 WLA, 1943 WLC.
Carburetor Mounting Screws Parkerized Harley WLA WLD WLC

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SKU 006290
Makes Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer SKU 2423-3
Made in the USA Yes
OEM Number 1123-41
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