Harley Amf 1974-1975 Z-90 Owners Manual Nos on 2040-parts.com
Rittman, Ohio, United States
Never used little owners manual. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Very good condition.
WE SOMETIMES SELL USED AND SALVAGED PARTS! The prices of our parts may be less because of their condition. Please contact us if you have any issues before leaving feedback. All international bidders must check your size restrictions before bidding. Australia, Mexico, Singapore & others with a 79 inch restriction may not bid on tanks, seats & fairings. PLEASE ask the manufacturer and/or a professional mechanic/technician about what will fit your specific make and model. Please ask ANY and ALL questions BEFORE you bid. If I do not respond, that means your answer is right here in the listing already. There is a 25% restocking fee on any returns or unpaid items. Buyer pays all shipping cost ,Ohio residents also pay 6.25 sales tax. Includes only what is shown in photo(s). Thank you and good luck !!
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