1969-1970-1971 Honda Z50a Z 50 Mini Trail Bike Carb Throttle Stop Screw Nos 045 on 2040-parts.com
Kerrville, Texas, US
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Manufacturer Part Number:16163-049-004/16016-045-014 hard tail carburetor
Country of Manufacture:Japan
1969-1970-1971 Honda Z50A Z 50 Mini Trail Bike Carb Throttle Stop Screw NOS 045
- Condition: Excellent -New Old Stock Honda Factory Original -
- Part Description: Throttle Stop Screw for Carburetor
- Part No.: 16163-049-004 replaced by 16016-045-014
- Models it Fits: 1968-1969 Z50AK0-K1 and 1970-1971 Z50AK2
- Motorcycle type: Minitrail
- Engine: 50cc OHC 4-stroke
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