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Colony #9515-2 Rear Axle Adjusting Screw Chrome Harley FXST 93-99 OEM 47579-93

Colony #9515-2 Rear Axle Adjusting Screw Chrome Harley FXST 93-99 OEM 47579-93
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Rear Axle Adjusting Screw Chrome Harley FXST 93-99 OEM 47579-93
REAR AXLE ADJUSTING SCREW Chrome plated custom 3/8-16 adjusting screw and locknuts fit 1993-99 FXST. Replaces OEM P/N 47579-93.

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SKU 005306
Makes Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer SKU 9515-2
Made in the USA Yes
OEM Number 47579-93
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