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00-07 Oem Harley Sportster Xl 883 883c 1200 1200c Front Wheel Hub Assembly on 2040-parts.com

US $79.99
Location:

Berea, Ohio, United States

Berea, Ohio, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Harley-Davidson Type:Front Hub

00-07 OEM Harley Sportster XL 883 883C 1200C Front Wheel Hub Assembly w Bearings. Taken off a practically brand new 2007 Harley Davidson XL883C with only 2,327 miles on it. Do your research before you purchase, as this will fit many other Harley models. This hub assembly is in perfectly good working order, and in very good condition. I have it priced the cheapest on Ebay for a quick sale, so it won't last long! Thank you.

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