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Cycle Standard Spare Parts Book for 1954-1965 Harley Davidson Sportster XL

Spare Parts Book for 1954-1965 Harley Davidson Sportster XL
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    This is a reprint of the original Harley-Davidson factory spare parts manual for 1954 to 1966 for K-Model and Sportster models including K, KK, KH, KHK, XL, XLH, and XLCH. These books are an indispensable resource for restoring or working on your vintage Harley!

    This book covers:
    1954-1956 K, KH, KHK sport twin flathead
    1957-1966 XL, XLH, XLCH OHV sport twin

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