1973-1976 Honda Sl70 Xl70 Motosport Xl 70 Dirt Bike Steering Stem Triple Tree on 2040-parts.com
Kerrville, Texas, US
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Manufacturer Part Number:53200-118-770
1973-1976 Honda SL70 XL70 Motosport XL 70 Dirt Bike Steering Stem Triple Tree
- Condition: Used Honda Factory Original - Good condition
- Part Description: Steering Stem assembly complete with all parts pictured. Removed from 1974 XL70 Frame mfd 2/74 VIN #XL701032887. Engine no. XL70E-1024494. See my other auctions for all parts removed from this frame.
- Part No.: 53200-118-770
- Models it Fits: 1973 SL70K1, and 1974-76 XL70.
- Motorcycle type: Dual Purpose Dirt Bike
- Engine: 70cc single cylinder 4 stroke
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