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Honda Cb350f/cb500/550f/550k/750a/750f/750k Voltage Regulator All In 1 Kit on 2040-parts.com

US $74.99
Location:

Alexandria, Virginia, US

Alexandria, Virginia, US
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YOU CAN PICK YOUR PARTS IF YOU WANT TO  AT OUR 2ND LOCATION IN CLINTON MD ONLY.....301-234-0890................10100


THIS IS AN ALL IN ONE KIT  THAT ELIMINATED THE 2 PIECE  REGULATOR AND RECTIFIER FROM HONDA ORIGINALLY  

THESE WORK GREAT  WE USE THEM ALL THE TIME HERE IN THE SHOP

COMES WITH INSTRUCTIONS TOO

WILL FIT  THE CB350F 1972-1974

CB500 1971-1972

CB550K 1974-1978

CB550F 1975-1977

CB750A AUTOMATIC 1976-1978

CB750F 1975-1977

CB750K 1969-1978

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