Harley Davidson Magnum Cable Idleblack/silver 56387-96 on 2040-parts.com
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US
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Manufacturer Part Number:56387-96
Brand new in sealed package
|1996 – 2003||Harley-Davidson||Sportster – XLH 1200|
|1996 – 2003||Harley-Davidson||Sportster Hugger – XLH 883|
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