1969-1979 Honda Cb750 K0 Cbx Cb550 Cb 500 750 Four Headlight Screw & Spring Nos on 2040-parts.com
Kerrville, Texas, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted
Refund will be given as:Money Back
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Return policy details:
Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer
Manufacturer Part Number:33103-300-003/33103-346-670/33107-300-003 Sandcast
Placement on Vehicle:Front
Country of Manufacture:Japan
969-1979 Honda CB750 CB900 CBX CB550 CB 500 Four Headlight Screw & Spring NOS
- Condition: Excellent -New Old Stock Honda Factory Original
- Part Description: Headlight Beam Adjusting Screw (beveled phillips type cross head) complete with spring. Parts label and plastic bag shown in picture not included.
- Part No.: 33103-300-003 replaced by 33103-346-670 screw 33107-300-003 spring
- Models it Fits: 1969-1978 all CB750 models including CB750K sandcast, CB750F Super Sport, and CB750A automatic. Also CBX, CB550, and CB500.
- Motorcycle type: Street
- Engine: 500cc-950cc four cylinder and 1047cc six cylinder
- Shipping Charges: See below
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- International shipping: International bidders welcomed see below for charges.
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