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Colony #7515-4 Aluminum Pushrods for Hydraulic Lifters - Harley Panhead 1953 - 1965

#7515-4 Aluminum Pushrods for Hydraulic Lifters - Harley Panhead 1953 - 1965
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These pushrods replace the stock steel rods and still retain the hydraulic lifters. For Harley-Davidson Panheads 1953 - 1965.

By Colony Machine. 100% Made In America. Part #7515-4

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SKU 001729
Makes Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer SKU 7515-4
Made in the USA Yes
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