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Colony #8811-16 Brake Drum Bolt Kit Rear Stock Chrome Harley XL 66-78 OEM 3970B

Colony #8811-16 Brake Drum Bolt Kit Rear Stock Chrome Harley XL 66-78 OEM 3970B
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Brake Drum Bolt Kit Rear Stock Chrome Harley XL 66-78 OEM 3970B
BRAKE DRUM BOLT KIT REAR STOCK Chrome plated special shouldered bolts and locknuts fit 1966-1978 Sportster rear drum.

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SKU 005087
Makes Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer SKU 8811-16
Made in the USA Yes
OEM Number 3970B
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