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5 Sets,,big Twin & Sporster Spark Plug Wire Sets,5 Pairs,7mm Suppression Cable., on 2040-parts.com

US $16.99
Location:

ATLANTA, United States

ATLANTA, United States
Condition:New Brand:css Manufacturer Part Number:x5

This is a lot of 5 pairs/sets of brand new 7mm plug wires for most all older harley davidsons that had the coil on the seat post/behind engine,,each kit has 2 wires,the short one measures ruffly 6 and 1/2 long,,the long wire measures ruffly 19 and 1/2 long,,the bag has part # CMC2 7MM wire set,12-t,,again,your getting 5 sets for 22.99,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.AS WITH ALL MY ITEMS,ITS HERE,IN MY HANDS,AND WILL SHIP AS Soon AS PAYMENT ARRIVES. SHIPING IS FREE IN THE 50 STATES ONLY.PAYMENT BY PAYPAL.PLEASE MAKE PAYMENT WITHIN 3 DAYS FROM THE CLOSE OF AUCTION..PLEASE ASK ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MIGHT HAVE,,,THANKS FOR LOOKING,     please check my other auctions,

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