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British Standard Condenser for Triumph / BSA / Norton 1968 - 72 Lucas type OEM #54420128

British Standard Condenser for Triumph / BSA / Norton 1968 - 72 Lucas type OEM #54420128
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Brand new Lucas type condenser fits Lucas 6CA contact assembly. Fits Triumph, BSA and Norton motorcycles 1968 - 1972. A high quality part by Daiichi, made in Japan. Sold individually. OEM #54420128

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SKU 001876
UPC 646418962853
Makes BSA, Norton, Triumph
OEM Number 54420128
Finish Raw
Material Aluminum
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