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Colony #3356-4 Chrome Plated Rear Fender Support Mount Screws 1984-2000 Harley-Davidson Softail and 1980-1986 FXWG

#3356-4 Chrome Plated Rear Fender Support Mount Screws 1984-2000 Harley-Davidson Softail and 1980-1986 FXWG
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REAR FENDER SUPPORT MOUNT SCREWS Chrome plated reproduction of 2005 phillips screws and locknuts used on 1984-2000 Softail and 1980-1986 FXWG. Set of 2.

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SKU 010429
Makes Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer SKU 3356-4
Made in the USA Yes
OEM Number 2005
Finish Chrome
Material Steel
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