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1981 Honda Cb750 Rear Alloy Wheel on


Lake Worth, Florida, United States

Lake Worth, Florida, United States
Good Condition, wheel bearing still installed, should fit other Honda Motorcycles as well.
Type:MAG Warranty:No Brand:Honda Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Manufacturer Part Number:J 16xMT2.50 381-DOT

16" OEM Alloy Honda wheel came off a 1981 Honda CB 750. I purchased it to use as a spare but never used it. It's in good condition and has been stored indoors. Wheel weighs 17 lbs. I do reserve the right to change the shipping amount depending on where the item is being sent to. I do not profit on shipping costs, I will only charge exactly what it costs me to ship it.  Thank you fore looking !!!!!

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