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Colony #3227-4 Seat Post Roller Shaft Kit 1952 - 1970 Harley-Davidson K KH XL XLH XLCH

#3227-4 Seat Post Roller Shaft Kit 1952 - 1970 Harley-Davidson K KH XL XLH XLCH
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SEAT POST ROLLER AND SHAFT KIT Reproduction of OEM 51685-52 roller shaft, 51692-52 roller, 51690-52 spring and 9851 grease fitting used on 1952-1970 K, KH, XL, XLH, XLCH.

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SKU 009853
Makes Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer SKU 3227-4
Made in the USA Yes
OEM Number 51692-52,51690-52,9851
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