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Colony #8485-1 Stem Nut Reproduction CAD Harley Big Twin Springers 36-48

Colony #8485-1 Stem Nut Reproduction CAD Harley Big Twin Springers 36-48
004949
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    Stem Nut Reproduction CAD Harley Big Twin Springers 36-48
    CAD PLATED REPRODUCTION STEM NUT Accurately machined reproduction of original Harley stem nut. Big Twins Springers 1936-1948.

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    SKU004949
    MakesHarley-Davidson
    Manufacturer SKU8485-1
    Made in the USAYes
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    how many inch is outside and height of rim? and Is inside 1"?
    A:
    1-24 thread

    1-1/2" hex

    rim .180"
    Customer Support | Lowbrow Customs answered on October 20, 2017
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