1969-1973 Honda Ca175 Cb175 Cl175 Sl175 Cb 175 Piston Rings Set 2 0.75mm Oem Nos on 2040-parts.com
Kerrville, Texas, US
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Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer
Country of Manufacture:Japan
Manufacturer Part Number:13041-302-305
1969-1973 Honda CA175 CB175 CL175 SL175 CB 175 Piston Rings Set 2 0.75mm OEM NOS
- Condition: Excellent New Old Stock Honda Factory Original
- Part Description: Two sets of 0.75mm oversize Piston Rings for TWO pistons
- Part No.: 13041-302-305
- Models it Fits: see models listed above
- Motorcycle type: Street and Dual Purpose
- Engine: 175cc twin cylinder 4 stroke
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