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British Standard Contact Breaker Points Set for 1968 - 72 Triumph OEM #54419827

British Standard Contact Breaker Points Set for 1968 - 72 Triumph OEM #54419827
001878
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Brand new contact breaker points set, stock style. Fits Triumph motorcycles 1968 - 1972. A high quality part by Daiichi, made in Japan. Sold per pair, enough for one bike. OEM #54419827

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SKU 001878
UPC 646418962877
Makes Triumph
OEM Number 54419827
Finish Raw
Material Steel
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