Harley Chrome Motor Package Softail Fxst Flst Cam Transmission Rocker Boxes on 2040-parts.com
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Here is a set of take of chrome motor parts for 6 speed softail models. All parts off a new bike, 0 miles, excellent condition. Set includes 2 sets of lower and upper rocker boxes (17545-99, 17571-99), a cam cover (25362-01A), and trans top and end cover (34471-06A, 37126-06). Replace your polishes pieces or replace damaged pieces for less!
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