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British Standard Rod Bearings for Triumph 650 and 750 c.c. Motorcycles - Standard OEM # 70-3586

British Standard Rod Bearings for Triumph 650 and 750 c.c. Motorcycles - Standard OEM # 70-3586
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This is a set of standard size Rod Bearings (4 pieces, one set per motor) for all 650cc and 750cc unit twins as well as pre-unit twins 1954 to 1962 with single piece cranks. OEM # 70-3586. Made in the USA.

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SKU 003224
UPC 646418965601
Makes Triumph
Made in the USA Yes
OEM Number 70-3586
Finish Raw
Material Steel
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