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EMGO Chrome Gear Shifter Lever Triumph 500 650 750 OEM # 57-3757

Chrome Gear Shifter Lever Triumph 500 650 750 OEM # 57-3757
000826
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These are nice, reproduction gear shifter levers that fit both unit and pre unit Triumph motorcycles, or any 3/4" spindle. Proper fitment is 1963 and later 650 and 750cc unit Triumph motorcycles such as T120 and T140 Bonneville, TR6 and TR7 Tiger, et cetera.. Chrome plated and 5" long, bolts right in place as stock. OEM # 57-1750, 57-3757

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SKU 000826
Makes Triumph
OEM Number 57-1750, 57-3757
Finish Chrome
Material Steel
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