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Colony #8826-6 Fork Slider Bottom Cap Stud & Nut Harley Showa & Kayaba 73-up

Colony #8826-6 Fork Slider Bottom Cap Stud & Nut Harley Showa & Kayaba 73-up
005103
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Fork Slider Bottom Cap Stud & Nut Harley Showa & Kayaba 73-up
FORK SLIDER BOTTOM CAP STUD, NUT AND WASHER KIT Chrome plated hardware fits lower leg cap Showa & Kayaba forks 1973-up. NOTE:Larger thread screws into slider.

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SKU 005103
Makes Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer SKU 8826-6
Made in the USA Yes
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