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British Standard Triumph 650 Mainshaft Bearing OEM part# 60-3552A

British Standard Triumph 650 Mainshaft Bearing OEM part# 60-3552A
British Standard Triumph 650 Mainshaft Bearing OEM part# 60-3552A British Standard Triumph 650 Mainshaft Bearing OEM part# 60-3552A British Standard Triumph 650 Mainshaft Bearing OEM part# 60-3552A
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This is a new Triumph Mainshaft Bearing for 650 4 speed Triumphs.

OEM part# 60-3552A

This is a KYK bearing made in Japan.

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SKU 002912
UPC 646418964710
Makes Triumph
OEM Number 60-3552A
Finish Raw
Material Steel
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