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1985-2013 85-13 Honda Xr Crf 80 Xr80 Crf80 Crf80f Front Wheel Rim Hub Assembly on 2040-parts.com

US $149.99
Location:

Deer Park, Washington, United States

Deer Park, Washington, United States
-Worked great when on machine -No cracks or breaks -Rim has no flat spots or bends -Wheel spins true -No broken, bent, or missing spokes -All spokes are tight -Spokes are not seized or stripped -Hub has some minor rust inside -No grooves or excessive wear on hub where brake shoes touch-Bearings spin smoothly and have been freshly re-packed -Bearings are tight in hub -Some scuffs and scratches -All threads are good -Not repaired anywhere -Wheel is clean -Rim size is a 16 x 1.40
Manufacturer Part Number:44650-GN1-681 Brand:OEM Honda

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