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1982 Ct110 Honda Trail 110 Ct 110 Front Wheel Hub on 2040-parts.com

US $39.99
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Payette, Idaho, United States

Payette, Idaho, United States
Condition:Used Part Brand:HONDA Make:HONDA Part Type:Wheels and Tires Model:CT110 Part By Region:Asian Brand:HONDA

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I AM PARTING OUT A 1982 MONZA RED HONDA CT110.  ALL OF THE PARTS I HAVE FOR THIS ARE LISTED.  

THIS IS THE FRONT WHEEL HUB.

COMES COMPLETE AND ASSEMBLED AS SHOWN. 

ITEM IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.  

NOT DAMAGED IN ANY WAY.  

BRAKE DRUM SURFACE ISN'T GROOVED OR PITTED.

ITEM IS SOLD AS IS WITH NO WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED.  

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