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British Standard Fork Seal Holders Triumph 1963 - 1967

British Standard Fork Seal Holders Triumph 1963 - 1967
002613
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This pair of fork seal holders fits 500 and 650 c.c. Triumph motorcycles from 1963 through 1967, including TR6 Trophy, T110 Tiger and T120 Bonneville. These reproductions are made of stainless steel. OEM #97-1654. Sold per pair.

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SKU 002613
UPC 646418964161
Makes Triumph
OEM Number 97-1654
Finish Chrome
Material Steel
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