1971-1973 Honda Sl125/1973-1975 Cb125s Cl125s Tl125 Piston Rings 0.75mm Oem 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
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Manufacturer Part Number:13041-330-005/13041-324-014 Motosport Trials
Country of Manufacture:Japan
1971-1973 Honda SL125/1973-1975 CB125S CL125S TL125 Piston Rings 0.75mm OEM NOS
- Condition: New Old Stock Honda Factory Original
- Part Description: 0.75mm oversize piston ring set for 1 piston. (no piston, wrist pin or circlips included).
- Part No.: 13041-330-005 rings replaces 13041-324-014
- Models it Fits: See models listed above
- Motorcycle type: Dual Sport, Street, and Trials
- Engine: 125cc single cylinder 4 stroke OHC
- Shipping Charges: See below
- Combined Shipping: SAVE on mutiple item purchases
- International shipping: International bidders welcomed see below for charges.
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