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Colony #2555-1 Clutch Nut and Adjusting Nut Wrench Harley Big Twins 1937-40

Colony #2555-1 Clutch Nut and Adjusting Nut Wrench Harley Big Twins 1937-40
006410
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CLUTCH NUT AND ADJUSTING NUT WRENCH Accurate reproduction of original OEM 12746-36 tool used on 1936 61 and 1937-1940 Big Twins (except VL's)."
Clutch Nut and Adjusting Nut Wrench Harley Big Twins 1937-40

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SKU 006410
Makes Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer SKU 2555-1
Made in the USA Yes
Finish Parkerized
Material Steel
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