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13 Honda Cbr250r Repsol Chain Tensioner(s) Wheel Adjusters on 2040-parts.com

US $10.00
Location:

Melbourne, Florida, United States

Melbourne, Florida, United States
This Part was removed from a 2013 Honda CBR250R with 7,707 miles... All parts are sold AS IS, AS SHOWN... To see the bike this part came from visit http://s1311.photobucket.com/user/bikestrippers/library/h190 - This bike was a good running bike with minor accident damage. To see more items we have for this bike and others you can visit BikeStrippers Store! -
Part Type:Chain Tensioner(s)

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