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Colony #2891-3 Starter Crank Clamp Bolt Parkerized Harley FL FLH 1941-67

Colony #2891-3 Starter Crank Clamp Bolt Parkerized Harley FL FLH 1941-67
006779
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STARTER CRANK CLAMP BOLT Parkerized CP 1038 marked bolt replaces OEM 4411 and 4372W used on 1941-1967 FL, FLH. washer and nut.
Starter Crank Clamp Bolt Parkerized Harley FL FLH 1941-67

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SKU 006779
Makes Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer SKU 2891-3
Made in the USA Yes
OEM Number 4411,4372W
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