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Colony #2855-7 Rear Caliper Stabilizer Bracket Bolt Kit Zinc Harley FLT 1980-85

Colony #2855-7 Rear Caliper Stabilizer Bracket Bolt Kit Zinc Harley FLT 1980-85
006748
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REAR CALIPER STABILIZER BRACKET BOLT AND NUT KIT Zinc plated OEM 44040-80 bolt with rubber insert, 7855W nut, bolts and flexlock nuts used on 1980-1985 FLT.
Rear Caliper Stabilizer Bracket Bolt Kit Zinc Harley FLT 1980-85

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SKU 006748
Makes Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer SKU 2855-7
Made in the USA Yes
OEM Number 44040-80,7855W
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